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  • News - 14 Feb 2005
    Tests carried out by CERAM’s Building Technology (CBT) Division have helped a great idea become a commercial success. Experts at CERAM were asked to test TDP’s Mortar FleeceTM, which...
  • News - 26 Nov 2004
    Professor Geoff Edgell the Building Technology Manager from Research Group at CERAM gave a major presentation to an audience of over 750 delegates at the 50th Anniversary of the Brick Plant Operators...
  • News - 9 Jun 2004
    A breakthrough in sustainable office and house design has been invented in Sydney, Australia “Silenceair looks like a transparent brick but it’s a high-tech solution to one of the...
  • News - 24 May 2004
    CERAM is well placed to come to the assistance of the UK construction and manufacturing industry who are concerned about the impact that the EU Construction Products Directive (CPD) will have on their...
  • News - 4 May 2004
    Construction companies are currently unaware of the cost savings they can make through recycling according to research carried out by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme). The...
  • News - 20 Apr 2004
    A Birmingham construction company is set to launch a building system that allows homeowners to build an extension in a single weekend. Tyseley-based RCS launches its Pyro-Foam Pod system onto the...
  • News - 2 Mar 2004
    Natural Building Technologies, a specialist in ecologically sound building products and systems, has gained LANTAC approval on a range of its new build and renovation wall and roofing systems. The...
  • News - 1 Jan 2004
    Palmetto Brick have released on their website a calculator for estimating the required amounts of bricks and mortar for a given project. By entering the brick type and wall size in square feet, the...
  • News - 29 Dec 2003
    H&R Johnson, the UK’s largest manufacturer of ceramic tiles, has launched within its Aspects collection a rectangular tile to offer up-to-the-minute chic for bathrooms and kitchens. The...
  • News - 19 Dec 2003
    The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. has a new exhibit that looks at future applications for masonry materials. Masonry encompasses some of the world’s oldest building materials...

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