Article - 21 Jan 2022
Prefabricated construction has become increasingly popular in recent years. This article will consider this construction method, what advantages and disadvantages it has over other ways to build...
Article - 15 Dec 2021
In the last decade, an artifact from the marine and transportation industries has landed squarely on our shores.
Article - 10 Dec 2021
Reducing the consumption of energy in a home is not only an environmentally friendly decision but also allows one to save on energy costs each month.
Article - 8 Dec 2021
The construction industry is responsible for 11% of all global carbon emissions, and 40% of all greenhouse gas emissions can be attributed to the built environment as a whole. More sustainable...
Article - 3 Dec 2021
The concept of sustainable construction can be simply defined as the ability to construct an affordable, healthy and comfortable building structure. The materials, processes, and maintenance during...
Article - 24 Nov 2021
It is becoming more evident that current paradigms in architecture are unsustainable. A more sustainable, ecologically friendly approach must be undertaken, which will fundamentally change the way...
Article - 15 Nov 2021
The process of recycling waste material to be made into new products, materials, or substances has become highly important in the construction industry. Glass could be a highly reusable and recyclable...
Article - 8 Nov 2021
Buildings and structures in the Arctic and the Antarctic need to be protected against both cryogenic spills and fire exposure. This article analyzes three different structural fireproofing materials,...
Article - 21 Oct 2021
Demolition is the preferred way to clear land for new developments, but the production of new building materials is very energy-intensive and emits a staggering amount of carbon dioxide.
Article - 12 Oct 2021
AZoBuild talks to Professors Noguchi and Maruyama about their research and development of Calcium Carbonate Concrete (CCC), a new material that has the potential to cause a sustainable revolution in...