Keliber's long-planned lithium project is progressing into the construction phase, as preparatory work on the lot of the lithium hydroxide refinery will be kicked off still before Christmas.
A Scottish start-up company is on its way to becoming a global leader in repurposing wind turbine blades after securing funding from the UK’s national innovation agency for a project titled ‘Certifying Wind Turbine Blade Derived Products’.
Biobuilds MODULE is the new family of modular Passive certified houses, available for order and delivery both in Romania, France, Sweden and UK.
To achieve a top-quality sophisticated result in concrete construction, the planning and quality of formwork systems play a decisive role.
“Steam usually maintains a high pressure and temperature in our assignments, but in the beautiful church of Kättilstad in Östergötland Sweden, the pressure is no higher than under the lid of a kettle on the stove when everything is as it should be. That was the challenge,” says Johan Söderberg at FVB, who has worked on a somewhat unusual project.
Bradfords Building Supplies has taken its first delivery of Tarmac bagged cement loaded on green Pallet LOOP pallets into its Glastonbury branch, kicking off the first end-to-end trial of a new circular economy pallet reuse scheme for the UK construction sector.
Landscaping products specialist, Boughton says more education is needed around the benefits of natural topsoil for landscaping projects.
Procore Technologies, Inc., a leading global provider of construction management software, today announced the winners of the 2022 Groundbreaker Awards at Procore’s annual industry event in New Orleans, Groundbreak.
Researchers have created an “intelligent compaction” technology that can evaluate the quality of road base compaction in real time and is integrated into a road roller.
Sleek, sustainable and striking, the recent development by Haslob Kruse + Partners fuses past and present with an expansive wooden exterior made with sustainable leader, Kebony wood, which was selected to house over 60,000 precious maritime artefacts at Germany’s National Maritime Museum in Bremerhaven.