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  • News - 18 Jan 2004
    BP Bitumen and Aggregate Industries have combined forces to develop an asphalt that could improve road surfaces in urban areas. The new product, Bardon Superflex, could drastically reduce road...
  • News - 22 Dec 2003
    Can Bob build it? With Tarmac’s help, he can! Building services specialists Tarmac have been chosen to advise hit kids TV show Bob the Builder on the more technical aspects of building a...
  • News - 22 Dec 2003
    Garrick House, Burkes Road in Beaconsfield, is a brand new luxury, detached house, with an amazing price tag of £3.5 million. Constructed on behalf of Countryside Properties by main contractors...
  • News - 17 Sep 2003
    Modular construction is not a new concept but recent developments by Britains biggest prefab factory, Yorkon, are seeing it emerge as a large-scale construction reality. Their 60 acre facility near...
  • News - 5 Aug 2003
    Hundreds of tonnes of plastic waste are discarded by the construction industry annually. Europe’s leading manufacturer of road and construction site safety products, Oxford Plastic Systems, is...
  • News - 10 Jun 2003
    In late May the highways agency started work on the first motorway scheme in the north-west of the UK to use "glasphalt", a new type of asphalt containing up to 30% crushed glass. Glasphalt...
  • News - 23 May 2003
    The UK Department of Transport is drafting a new streetworks bill that could force contractors to lay cable and utilities ducts under busy streets. The move is to reduce the congestion brought about...
  • News - 6 May 2003
    Two Bexley Councillors and a council traffic engineer were introduced to the problems encountered by cyclists in the Bexley borough. The councillors John Lawrenson and Ian Clement, along with Bob...
  • News - 14 Apr 2003
    Ford’s River Rouge manufacturing plant in Dearborn, Michigan, USA is undergoing a massive re-make. The first stage in this is the new truck plant which will be the world’s most...
  • News - 17 Mar 2003
    Resurfacing of another concrete section of the M5 to the south of junction 26 (Wellington) began on 13 January 2003 and is scheduled to be complete by Easter, the Highways Agency has announced. The...

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