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  • News - 22 Mar 2006
    The chemist Mikel Arandigoyen Vidaurre, of the Department of Chemistry and Soil Sciences of the University of Navarra, has proved the effectiveness of new formulas for the restoration of buildings. In...
  • News - 14 Mar 2006
    The chemist Mikel Arandigoyen Vidaurre, of the Department of Chemistry and Soil Sciences of the University of Navarra, has proved the effectiveness of new formulas for the restoration of buildings. In...
  • News - 5 Jan 2006
    2006 will be "the year of timber frame", predicts the UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA). While the cost of bricks and blocks used in most new home construction will continue to rise...
  • News - 3 Jan 2006
    The Environmental Protection Agency’s newly proposed rule governing lead-based paint in the remodeling industry does not allay the serious health problem it was designed to help prevent: lead...
  • News - 27 Dec 2005
    Arsenic from treated lumber used in decks, utility poles and fences will likely leach into the environment for decades to come, possibly threatening groundwater, according to two research papers...
  • News - 1 Dec 2005
    NASA's Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, awarded a construction contract to New Era Builders, Inc., Cleveland. Maximum value of the contract is $16.5 million. The purpose of the firm-fixed...
  • News - 23 Nov 2005
    Australian inventor John Dobozy has won the ABC television "New Inventors" award with his new recycling technology for extracting lucrative materials from waste tyres, economically and...
  • News - 8 Nov 2005
    A range of pipework and fittings has been installed in an apartment development as part of a project to restore Bradford’s Lister Mills to their former glory. Both Durapipe ABS pipework and...
  • News - 23 Oct 2005
    CIRIA has released a new guide to soil nailing. Soil nailing is a technique where either natural ground or fill material is reinforced by the insertion of slender tension-carrying elements called...
  • News - 19 Oct 2005
    New research will examine the potential for using of mineral wastes - such as construction and demolition wastes, mineral processing residues, etc - in manufacturing construction products, including...

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