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  • News - 15 Apr 2004
    Some of the world’s most beautiful and innovative works of contemporary architecture derive their character from one of the world’s most common materials — concrete. Liquid Stone:...
  • News - 31 Mar 2004
    Bellway plc and English Partnerships, the government’s national regeneration agency, announce that they have signed a joint venture agreement to develop 150 ha (370 acres) of land at Barking...
  • News - 29 Mar 2004
    The Hillsboro Free Press is reporting that the latest trend for floors in the USA is not soft floor coverings like carpet or vinyl but the actual hard floor surface itself. Such materials gaining...
  • News - 21 Mar 2004
    British motorways are set to power the country as this month sees the installation of the UK’s first solar motorway sound barrier on the M27 near Portsmouth. The 11kWp, 50 m long system,...
  • News - 11 Feb 2004
    What happens when a grand but disused 114 year old stone building is in the way of progress. Unfortunately they tend to get pulled down but residents of a town in Idaho, USA had other ideas for the...
  • News - 29 Jan 2004
    RiverStone is a stunning innovation that brings together the ageless beauty of natural stone and the lasting performance of resilient flooring in a luxurious 18" x 18" limestone-enriched...
  • News - 6 Jan 2004
    The world's leading manufacturer of stone wool insulation, Rockwool, has received a large order to supply various high performance insulation products for the new terminal 5 at Heathrow...
  • News - 29 Dec 2003
    H&R Johnson, the UK’s largest manufacturer of ceramic tiles, has launched within its Aspects collection a range of porcelain floor tiles in a variety of earthy shades inspired by luxurious...
  • News - 29 Dec 2003
    H&R Johnson, the UK’s largest manufacturer of ceramic tiles, has launched within its Aspects collection a rectangular tile to offer up-to-the-minute chic for bathrooms and kitchens. The...
  • News - 19 Dec 2003
    The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. has a new exhibit that looks at future applications for masonry materials. Masonry encompasses some of the world’s oldest building materials...

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