Things That Builders Can Recycle At Their Construction Site

According to the Construction Materials Recycling Association, demolition and construction waste are the largest sources of trash in the US. They have estimated that around 325 million tons of recoverable construction debris is generated in the country each year. And all those materials like concrete, metal, wood, asphalt, block etc ends up in a landfill. […]

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Pavers – Everything You Need To Know

What are pavements? Classically pavement in construction is outdoor flooring or a superficial surface covering. These are actual travel surfaces which are durable and serviceable to tolerate the traffic load shuttling over it. Pavements are part of the hardscape in landscape architecture; they are used on sidewalks, road surfaces, patios, courtyards, etc. The primary role […]

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Waste management – How Recycling Construction Materials Are Benefitting The Environment?

Since the start of 2015, the construction sector has been experiencing a dramatic resurgence in terms of growth. This rapid development will have some detrimental impact on the environment too. The UK Green Building Council says, the construction sector consumes more than 400 million tons of material each year, and many of these have an […]

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Different Types Of Building Façade Cladding Systems To Know About

The cladding of buildings without any doubt is the most expressive and complex feature in any building design. Façade definitely is an elegant component of the building, but the role it plays in reducing building’s energy consumption, improving natural lighting and offering better airflow within the building is also noteworthy. Several concrete jungles are cropping […]

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Brick Awards 2016: An Overview Of Nominees

The Brick Awards is an independent award designed to celebrate some of the world’s best brick architecture. Hosted Wienerberger (The World’s Largest clay based building material manufacturer) Brick Awards is a competition that takes place every two years. Out of all submissions worldwide, an independent panel of architecture journalists and critics narrows down the number […]

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