News - 4 Jun 2020
The design of bridge decks for suspensions bridges have not undergone any fundamental change in the last six decades. These bridges are well known from the Great Belt Link in Denmark.
News - 28 May 2020
Proteins that safeguard animals and plants from freezing under extremely cold temperatures could be the key to cementing the sustainability of future infrastructure.
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News - 1 May 2020
Wind off the coasts of the U.S. could be used to generate more than double the combined electricity capacity of all the nation's electric power plants, reports have suggested.
But building wind...
News - 23 Apr 2020
The most extensively used building material across the globe is concrete. Therefore, it is being developed constantly to meet the requirements of the contemporary world.
Outline of degassing and...
News - 10 Apr 2020
At the Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT), scientists from the Structural Engineering Laboratory of the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering have proposed a new idea for making steel...
News - 7 Apr 2020
Scientists have demonstrated a way to use a by-product of steel making in both making stronger concrete and treating wastewater, through a zero-waste method to help promote the circular...
News - 2 Apr 2020
Hope’s Windows, Inc., the nation’s leading and most experienced manufacturer of custom-designed, solid hot-rolled steel and solid bronze window and door systems, announces the expansion of...
News - 25 Mar 2020
The architectural office cepezed from the Netherlands wanted to build a four-storey office building that could be moved to another location, if needed. The end-result, Building D(emountable), is a...
News - 5 Mar 2020
Metsä Wood’s Hybrid City initiative is searching for ways to make construction more sustainable while maintaining efficiency using current building methods.
Improving sustainability is...
News - 28 Jan 2020
According to a new study, climate stabilization can gain two-fold benefits from a material revolution, in which steel and cement are replaced by wood in urban construction.