A new study by researchers at the Washington University in St. Louis reports that red bricks, some of the world’s most well-known and inexpensive building materials, can be transformed into energy storage units that can be charged to store electricity, similar to a battery.
The Use of Graphene Oxide for the Protection of Concrete
By Brett Smith
Treatments Used to Improve Quality of Building Ceramics
By Ben Pilkington, MSt.
How are Geopolymers Used in Foam Concrete and Why are they Useful in Cold Regions?
By Sarah Moore
Visualizing Metrology and Potholes in Building Materials
Camera Networks and Their Role in Construction Automation
By Megan Ray Nichols
Using Semiconductors in Smart Buildings
Private Housing Sites Operating at 80% of Productivity Due to Covid-19
IOBAC Launches Floorplay, a Flooring E-commerce Site for Those in the Trade
From IOBAC UK LTD
India’s Construction Industry to Make Strong Recovery Following 14.9% Contraction in 2020, Says Globaldata
Construction of a New 25000sqm Yard Facility at UK’s Largest Salvage and Vehicle Recycling Company
From M Downes Earthworks Ltd
3D Printer Makes Sustainable Building Material from Local Soil
Award Winning Construction Software Company EasyBuild UK attend the Property & Construction Summit