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8th October 2020

US Engineering, Construction Industry Outlook: A midyear update

Exploring the US engineering and construction industry trends and the impact of COVID-19.

8th October 2020

How construction can emerge stronger after coronavirus

Engineering, construction and building materials have a vital role to play in a post-pandemic recovery of our communities and economies. Seven actions can help companies prepare for the next normal.

13th August 2020

Boosting heavy-duty coatings performance while reducing environmental impact

Longer fire resistance time for sustainable steel constructions

6th September 2018

Building the infrastructure advantage for India

Comfort of the occupants is a top-most priority in a smart-city.

19th May 2018

Durable concrete structures

Use of TMT or CRS bars to increase the durability of concrete structure.

23rd October 2017

Covestro develops new composite technology for future lightweight construction

Innovative materials for future lightweight construction. Recipient of the European Plastics Innovation Award.

12th October 2017

BASF opens new construction chemicals plant in Russia

The new production also allowed the company to localize the entire production of materials for sprayed concrete and tunnelling shield lubricants.

19th September 2017

Building cities of the future - key to the India of tomorrow

India too is staring at rapid urbanization, as more and more people migrate from rural areas to megacities.

18th September 2017

BAM constructs first CO2 negative road

South Holland's N211 becomes the first CO2 negative road

18th September 2017

World's first 3D-printed reinforced concrete bridge ready for installation

The concrete used to print the bridge is thicker than normal, so it retains its form as it is printed.

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