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AMA Research predicts a 11% drop in bricks, blocks and precast...

Market growth for the bricks, blocks and precast concrete sector was at a steady 13% between 2015-2019, however, AMA Research are predicting Covid-19 will...
low carbon concrete, CarbonNeutral, Cemex

Cemex launches UK’s first low carbon concrete range

Cemex has launched the UK’s first ready-mixed concrete that is a CarbonNeutral® product, part of the Vertua® low carbon concrete range, which includes the option to offset residual CO2 and provide a CarbonNeutral product.
Insulated precast concrete,

Hassle-free insulated precast concrete flooring

With three key projects under the spotlight, we hear more about Spantherm – the innovative insulated precast concrete ground-floor system that is being adopted by a growing number of housebuilders and developers.
Springhead Bridge, Ebbsfleet Garden City

Drone footage shows Springhead Bridge concrete pour at Ebbsfleet

Ebbsfleet Garden City has released their latest drone footage of the concrete pour at the Springhead Bridge.
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Concrete repair complete on southbound carriageway at M5 Oldbury Viaduct

VolkerLaser and Concrete Repairs Limited (CRL) have completed all concrete and waterproofing repairs on the southbound carriageway at the M5 Oldbury Viaduct.
strength prediction engine, London City Airport

BAM uses AI to predict critical strength of concrete

The world’s first artificial intelligence (AI) concrete strength prediction engine has been used on BAM Nuttall’s project to expand London City Airport.
Insulated Concrete Forms, UNiBLOCK,

UNiBLOCK’s Insulated Concrete Forms revolution

For years, Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) have been playing on the margins of the UK’s construction sector. That is all about to change, according to Leslie Dawson, managing director of UNiBLOCK.

Concrete roads enable fast charging of electric vehicles

‘Range anxiety’ is a major barrier to the widespread adoption of electric cars, Britpave believes that concrete roads that charge electric vehicles...
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3 concrete product firms fined £36m for breaking competition law

The CMA has handed out fines worth over £36m to three firms for breaking competition law in supplying certain concrete drainage products for construction projects.
concrete, admixtures,

The use of admixtures to waterproof concrete: Part 8

In his latest article, James McDonald of Cementaid looks at the issue of curing concrete, structural defects and the importance of knowing how to avoid problems occurring in the first place.
Tilbury2, Port of Tilbury,

Digital tools record concrete pour at Tilbury2

As part of the delivery of a new multi-million pound port terminal, Tilbury2, contractors Graham have been maximising the use of digital tools on site.
concrete drainage products, british precast,

British Precast issues warning on uncertified concrete drainage products

A range of imported precast concrete drainage products are being placed in the UK market without third-party verification, British Precast has revealed.
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The use of admixtures to waterproof concrete: Part 7

James McDonald of Cementaid discusses the importance of waterproofing admixtures that also provide damp-proofing in achieving design intent.

Creagh Concrete rises to the challenge of St Andrews

St. Andrews University in Fife chose Creagh Concrete for the first stage of their £70m investment plans.

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