All articles submitted to Concrete International should
No more than 3000 words of text, including author
bios and references;
No more than 8 figures, tables, and illustrations;
A short biography (100 word maximum) and color passport-style
photo of each author;
A one-paragraph abstract of the article; and
A maximum of 10 keywords.
While images embedded in the manuscript are fine for the review
process, embedded images cannot be used for final publication.
All photos and figures should be sent as individual files as well
so we can verify that they are of print quality.
Photos must be sent as .tif or .jpg files. They
should be at least 4 x 6 in. at a minimum resolution
of 300 dpi. Glossy prints or color slides are
also acceptable. Author photos should be a minimum of 1 x 1.5
in. at a minimum resolution of 300 dpi.
Graphs, charts, and line art can be sent as .tif, .jpg,
.eps, .xls, .pdf, or .ai files. If your images were created
in a different program, please inquire to see if we can accept
the file format.
We’re always looking for potential cover photos. Cover photos
must be portrait (vertical) orientation. They must be sent as
.tif or .jpg files and must be at least 8.25 x 10.75 in. at a
minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Glossy prints (at least 4 x 6 in.)
and color slides are also acceptable.
SEND IT IN
Articles should be submitted to Kaitlyn Hinman, Editorial Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions can also be mailed to 38800 Country Club Drive, Farmington
Hills, MI 48331.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR
We’re interested in articles that will help our readers
do their jobs. So if you’ve learned (even the hard way)
how to design, construct, or repair a concrete structure better,
faster, or more cost-effectively, let us know. We’re especially
interested in case studies.
Although most articles printed in CI are submitted as
fully developed manuscripts, our editors can also assist authors
in article development. If you have an idea for an article, feel
free to e-mail Rex Donahey, Editor-in-Chief, an outline or photo
series. He can be reached at Rex.Donahey@concrete.org.
He’ll be glad to help you develop it into an article.