News - 23 Apr 2020
The most extensively used building material across the globe is concrete. Therefore, it is being developed constantly to meet the requirements of the contemporary world.
Outline of degassing and...
News - 3 Apr 2020
When a storm approaches the coast, it stirs up waves and wind. A row of oversized concrete umbrellas has been erected along the beach that is lined with a boardwalk. These umbrellas start to tilt...
News - 28 Feb 2020
A timber engineer at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has discovered that two tree species, native to the Northeastern United States, are structurally strong for use in cross-laminated timber...
News - 28 Jan 2020
According to a new study, climate stabilization can gain two-fold benefits from a material revolution, in which steel and cement are replaced by wood in urban construction.
News - 17 Jan 2020
Global demand for connected equipment in the healthcare sector is forecast to increase at a rate almost 2 percentage points higher than the market average for the overall smart building market, with a...
News - 20 Dec 2019
Cintec North America announces its reinforcement anchors offer stability and support during the revitalization of Canada’s most renowned concert venue, Massey Hall.
Massey Hall, Famed Canadian...
News - 10 Dec 2019
A new study at the City, University of London takes inspiration from Formula 1 technology for constructing “needle-like” skyscrapers.
London skyline. Image Credit: City, University of...
News - 22 Nov 2019
Residents in 364 homes across seven tower blocks in Sunderland are embracing the green housing revolution with the removal of their gas boilers in place of renewable and low carbon ground source heat...
News - 12 Sep 2019
How should we be building along the global coast? A framework by UNSW scientists delivers some much-needed answers.
UNSW scientists have released a world-first framework for guiding the building...
News - 11 Sep 2019
By substituting non-renewable construction materials such as steel and concrete with wood-based materials, it is possible to lower carbon dioxide emissions and use natural resources more...