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  • Supplier Profile
    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...
  • Supplier Profile
    The Wavin Group is Europe’s leading supplier of plastic pipe systems and solutions. It provides integrated above and below ground solutions for water supply, sewer, drainage, infiltration,...
  • News - 21 Feb 2007
    The UK Government is funding a consortium to help develop 'greener' air-conditioning systems, which are more energy efficient, cost effective and environmentally friendly for planes, high-speed and...
  • Supplier Profile
    Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA) is a not-for-profit company that provides national, integrated research and development services to the Australian forest and wood products...
  • Article - 6 Mar 2007
    Climate change is placing massive strain on traditional drainage, but the building industry is still wrestling with the implications of having to design and construct flood alleviation systems.
  • Article - 27 Aug 2019
    What do you do with a passenger plane that is too old, or no longer considered safe enough to carry holidaymakers, but is too sturdy and durable to completely demolish?
  • Article - 14 Jul 2006
    The Range of Celcon blocks provides the designer with a wide choice of solutions. Therefore Celcon blocks are used extensively in the construction of inner and outer leaves of cavity external walls.
  • Supplier Profile
    Galvanizers Association of Australia (GAA) comprises many of the leading galvanizing companies throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. GAA is an industry Association established in 1963 to...
  • News - 5 Sep 2014
    MiTek USA, a leading manufacturer of code-approved structural connectors, developer of software tools for structural design and product selection, and distributor of anchors, epoxy, tools, and safety...
  • Article - 14 Jul 2006
    This article provides a glossary of Aircrete Terminology.

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