One of the best approaches for extending the life cycle of roads and curtailing excess future expenses is to increase the thickness of asphalt on some roads.
If walls could talk, they would probably tell that reducing pollution and energy costs may be as simple as giving them a fresh coat of lighter-colored and more reflective paint.
South Australia's Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has approved Carboncor, an environmentally friendly cold asphalt premix, for use on roads in the State.
A ban on flammable cladding similar to the material used in Grenfell Tower is not enough, says the Fire Brigades Union.
New research might help decision makers to make more informed choices when planning social housing initiatives.
A NEW collaboration aims to develop blockchain solutions to the data recording problems which can jeopardise complex construction projects.
First GREEN Bank has launched its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) ID+C Retail v4 Platinum Certification.
Kokoon is a smart, modular building system developed for temporary accommodation in urban conditions. The modules are easy to transport & stack.
A composite binder composed mainly of fly ash has been developed to serve as a replacement for Portland cement in concrete.
Vegetables are good for human health, but a study has shown that they could play a role in the construction of stronger & greener buildings.