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H+H Celcon Showcase Modern Building Methods at FutureBuild

H+H Celcon will be focusing on Modern Methods of Construction, including the company's own innovative Rå House concept on stand F360 at FutureBuild, (Earls Court 2, 27 Feb - 1 March 2007).

Briefings and demonstrations will be staged at 10am each morning in the British Pre-Cast Demonstration Zone. These will introduce the Rå House concept in house building, covering key aspects of this innovative method. They will include a demonstration of Celcon's Thin-Joint system, a key component of the construction and will cover compliance with Building Regulations, sustainability, the build process and the role of Celcon's recommended contractors.

Rå House, (pronounced 'raw'), utilises teams of Expert Installers to quickly and efficiently complete the weatherproof, high quality masonry shell of a house. The concept uses Celcon aircrete blocks with the Thin-Joint system, proprietary intermediate floors and roofs with options for Celcon Foundation blocks, and the Celcon Flooring System at ground floor.

Comments Ian Exall, head of marketing at H+H Celcon: "The Rå House concept is proving very successful, we have a number of significant contracts underway and our network of approved contractors across the country is growing fast. The concept has clearly struck a chord with builders who appreciate a combined package of build and materials. It enables them to benefit from some of the most innovative materials and processes available today without any hassle - because it's all done for them."

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