According to a new study, bio-inspired patterns such as lobster shells, can render 3D-printed concrete more robust and thus support more creative and complex architectural structures.
An advanced and lightweight prefabricated brick slip soffit system from market leader IG Masonry Support, manufactured to meet A1 fire rating regulations and suitable for applications over 18 metres, is now available.
The Coalition Government is taking further steps to fast track the enormous economic benefits of the Beetaloo Basin with the announcement of the Northern Territory’s Gas Industry Roads Upgrades program, funded through the Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative.
A new brochure highlighting the many benefits of plastic pipes has been launched by TEPPFA, the European plastic pipes and fittings association.
Hope’s Windows, Inc., the nation’s leading and most experienced manufacturer of custom-designed, solid hot-rolled steel and solid bronze window and door systems, announces the addition of doors and operable windows with Thermal Evolution™ technology to its One55™ Series of windows and doors.
The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, the global professional body for supply chain management has launched the new Construction Procurement Competence Tool after the development of a national suite of procurement competence standards following the Grenfell enquiry.
The Knowledge Quad, Morgan Sindall Construction’s multi-purpose learning space that is driven by innovation, people development and social value, has been honoured with the Value award at the 2020 North West Regional Construction Awards (NWRCA).
Harmet is an Estonian offsite construction company that was founded in 1992 and employs some 800 people across five factories in Estonia and Finland. Harmet’s main products are wooden modular houses and worksite facilities. The use of Metsä Wood’s Kerto® LVL (laminated veneer lumber) products enables the fast, light and green construction of wooden modules.
Peab has been commissioned to rebuild ten kilometers of highway 23 between Huseby and Marklanda which is on the stretch between Älmhult and Växjö. The road section will become a divided highway with a center guardrail. The customer is the Swedish Transport Administration and the contract is worth SEK 159 million.
The UK wall cladding market has been affected by reduced demand from key end-use sectors since 2017, recording only modest growth of 13% in total installed area between 2015 and 2019.