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  • News - 23 May 2024
    A recent review published in Sustainability discussed the application of recycled coarse or fine aggregates from construction and demolition waste (CDW) in concrete, elaborating on the physical,...
  • News - 7 May 2024
    A recent article published in Construction Materials explored the use of mattress waste materials for building insulation, aiming to mitigate waste generation in the construction industry. It...
  • News - 3 May 2024
    In view of the recent fires and loss of life in refurbished buildings, Cintec™ has been fully aware of the danger of fire and has always produced fire resistant remedial anchors and...
  • News - 2 May 2024
    A recent editorial published in Applied Sciences discussed the latest advances in concrete structures and their impact on the sustainable development of society, economy, and technology. The papers...
  • News - 29 Apr 2024
    A recent article published in Scientific Reports compared three eco-friendly wire mesh configurations to enhance the sustainability of reinforced concrete structures. Different layers and orientations...
  • News - 5 Apr 2024
    In view of the recent fires and loss of life in refurbished buildings, Cintec™ has been fully aware of the danger of fire and has always produced fire resistant remedial anchors and...
  • News - 5 Apr 2024
     In view of the recent fires and loss of life in refurbished buildings, Cintec™ has been fully aware of the danger of fire and has always produced fire resistant remedial anchors and...
  • News - 28 Mar 2024
    The current building industry faces many issues. Natural sand is rapidly becoming a rare resource; humanity may run out of it by 2050. Carbon dioxide emissions are growing year after year,...
  • News - 1 Dec 2023
    A group of researchers from EPFL, ETH Zurich, and a Geneva-based architecture firm has created a novel form of non-reinforced concrete using stone offcuts. Prototype walls made with clay, lime, and...
  • News - 10 Oct 2023
    Scientists at the University of Bristol have successfully used screws as connectors in bamboo without splitting the material. Images Credit: Dominika Malkowska The study, recently published in...

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