Additive manufacturing, also referred to as 3D printing, is a technology that has gotten significant attention from researchers, manufacturers, and builders the world over for its ability to quickly and easily fabricate multi-dimensional objects.
The Advantages of Additively Manufacturing Printing Concrete
By Brett Smith
Incorporating the Circular Economy Model in Architecture
By Reginald Davey
The Drawbacks of Bamboo-Reinforced Concrete
By Ben Pilkington
Straw Buildings: The Revival of Natural Building Materials?
By Sarah Moore
Non-Recyclable Building Waste: Where Does It Go?
By Olivia Hudson
Historic and Current Use of Blue Clay Brick
New Study on Living Walls Could Help the UK Achieve its Net-Zero Commitments
Pallet LOOP™ Launches Into Construction Industry
Soletanche Bachy Transforms Construction Site Safety Management with SimplyVideo
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Cintec Anchoring System was Used in helping Repair the Helmsley Building 230 Park Avenue, NYC
From Cintec International Ltd
RES Completes Sale of Its French Development and Construction Business
Sherwin-Williams Chosen for Fire Protection at Iconic Milan Landmark
How Mining Waste Can be Utilized for Concrete Production
Plastic Bricks: Tackling Plastic Waste and Housing Shortages in Africa
Can Fossil Fuel Free Steel Mitigate Construction’s Carbon Footprint?
Calcium Carbonate Concrete: Building on Recycling
By Skyla Baily
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Concrete production involves the use of small aggregates that must be ground via an energy-intensive process, making the concrete industry one of the worst carbon emitters. By creating concrete from mining waste, industries can tackle both CO2 emissions and waste disposal.
Swedish steel manufacturer SSAB is in partnership with LKAB and Vattenfall to produce the world’s first commercially available fossil fuel free steel.
AZoBuild talks to Professors Noguchi and Maruyama about their research and development of Calcium Carbonate Concrete (CCC), a new material that has the potential to cause a sustainable revolution in the construction industry.
AZoBuild talks to Alex Anderson from the University of Washington about the history of Brutalism and its significance now.
AZoBuild talks to Carlo Ratti, of Carlo Ratti Associati, about the firm's ambitious plans to build the hydroponic Jian Mu Tower in Shenzhen.
Takafumi Noguchi and Ippei Maruyama