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    H+H Celcon has been manufacturing aircrete in the UK since 1949 and is the leading specialist manufacturer in its field. It is part of the Danish H+H Group with manufacturing and marketing operations...
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    LEKO LABS is accelerating the global transition to carbon-negative construction with building materials powered by AI optimization and robotic manufacturing.
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    Watershed Materials develops technology to produce beautiful, sustainable masonry with less cement using recycled materials. Most masonry products used in construction today - including the ubiquitous...
  • News - 21 May 2008
    Cabot Aerogel, a business of Cabot Corporation, today announced its patented and patent-pending Nanogel(R) aerogel Compression Pack(TM) product has been selected to insulate a 60 km subsea pipeline in...
  • Article - 11 May 2007
    In the production of timber, there is a requirement to ensure that timber has the dimensions and shape that will enable it to do its job properly.
  • News - 30 Oct 2015
    Research by a UCLA geologist and colleagues could give builders and urban planners more detailed information about how susceptible areas are to landslides and earthquakes. The study, by Seulgi...
  • News - 19 Nov 2014
    NET Midstream ("NET" or the "Company") today announced that its affiliate, NET Mexico Pipeline Partners, LLC. ("NET Mexico"), has completed construction of its 120-mile,...
  • News - 26 Feb 2014
    Most parking structures face an endless barrage of abuse from cars and Mother Nature's forces—including seismic, thermal and wind activity. To prevent them from breaking down and looking...
  • News - 2 Feb 2009
    Your refrigerator's humming, electricity-guzzling cooling system could soon be a lot smaller, quieter and more economical thanks to an exotic metal alloy discovered by an international...
  • Article - 14 Nov 2019
    Ceramic materials including brick, porcelain, and cement have been used to construct buildings for millennia, and are still some of the most widely used construction materials today.
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