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  • News - 21 Jul 2003
    As Greenfield building sites become increasing scarce, previous construction or contaminated sites present greater challenges to the construction industry. To tackle this problem, the team at...
  • News - 18 Jul 2003
    The claim from Cromweld Steels is simple – the use of an economical stainless steel and polystyrene pre-fabricated building system for commercial, residential and industrial buildings results in...
  • News - 16 Jul 2003
    Dupont has introduced Corian Bas-Relief panels to their range. Previously only available for the commercial market, the textured and patterned materials are now available to homeowners who wish to use...
  • News - 10 Jul 2003
    The Austin Business Journal is reporting how some commercial construction companies, brokers and architects are alleviating the pinch of the downturn in the US economy by using building materials,...
  • News - 2 Jul 2003
    Argos in Holland and The Smart Scaffolding Sheeting Company, have developed Tufawrap and Tufawrap FR (flame retardant), to complement their existing scaffolding covers, Tufclad and...
  • News - 20 Jun 2003
    Natural Building Technologies, is launching an ecological and economical silicate paint system. The range can be used internally or externally and, unlike most paints, they actually form a chemical...
  • News - 18 Jun 2003
    Insulclad® is a lightweight crack resistant cladding system made by Nuplex Construction Products. The system uses prefabricated sheets and architectural mouldings made from expanded polystyrene....
  • News - 13 Jun 2003
    Natural Building Technologies (NBT) has introduced an ecologically sound paint made from cows milk. Known as Casein, it is pleasant, easy to use, long lasting and is virtually non-polluting....
  • News - 3 Jun 2003
    Mild steel rebar is the most commonly used material in the reinforcement of concrete slabs or in the construction of straw bale walls. The common acceptance of this material overlooks some...
  • News - 30 May 2003
    Constructing buildings from old tyres is not a new thing. The technique has been developed over the last 30 years in the United States but the first building made from car tyres in Britain is now...