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    Established in 1953, BinMaster® is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company that designs and manufactures reliable, solid-state point and continuous bin level indicator and control systems and sensoring...
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    Leading manufacturer and supplier of soil testing equipment, asphalt testing equipment, and concrete testing equipment - for measuring density, permeability, moisture, CBR, LBR, evaluating...
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    Brett is a successful, established construction and building materials group - the largest independent group in the UK. Business portfolio includes Brett Aggregates, Brett Concrete, 1st Choice...
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    Your local concrete, stone and soil supplier. Covering Cardiff, Barry and Bridgend areas. If you are looking for affordable, high quality concrete, stone or soil, look no further than Green Circle....
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    Established in 1830, Thomas Armstrong has over 180 years of expertise and growth in construction services and the manufacture of quality building products. Products include aggregates concrete...
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    As a leading provider of highway and airport-related services, Ringway/Eurovia is renowned for consistently delivering cost-effective performance and innovative solutions. Ringway offers a vast...
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    Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business. Our company combines the knowledge and expertise of two of the construction industry’s most...
  • Article - 4 Jun 2004
    A research project carried out by the Concrete Technology Unit at the University of Dundee, has developed specifications and specification clauses geared towards assisting engineers in the use of...
  • Article - 15 Jun 2006
    Celcon blocks can be used as the infill material for conventional beam and block floors in dwellings at both ground and upper floor levels.
  • Article - 28 May 2004
    A summary of the properties which make glass a suitable aggregate for bituminous materials. Article.