Concrete Quarterly encompasses design guidance, aspiration, inspiration, vision and latest projects. This issue includes:

- The DLR Lexicon library in County Dublin, which simultaneously achieves structural, sustainability and aesthetic goals.

- Seven Pancras Square, which combines modernity with concrete history.

- Concrete techniques that are helping to build the latest wave of Passivhaus developments.

- A lowdown on BIM.

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Visit our sister site, This is Concrete, for great case studies on the use of concrete; facts on sustainability; as well as a thought-provoking blog section with input from Concrete Centre staff.

This is Concrete

The Concrete Centre will be at  Evolving Concrete on 6th and 7th May on stand A19. We are also hosting two events. A seminar on Engineering Concrete Solutions covering analysis techniques and a briefing on Concrete, BREEAM and the Home Quality Mark.
Book your place at these seminars.  

This publication, entitled 'Tall Buildings - structural design of tall buildings up to 300m tall', published in partnership with fib, is intended to assist engineers in understanding the challenges associated with transferring standard engineering principles and knowledge from low-rise structures to tall buildings. More information

The Concrete Centre is the central development organisation for the UK concrete industry. Our aim is to enable all those involved in the design, use and performance of concrete to realise the full potential of concrete.

The Concrete Centre is part of the Mineral Products Association, the trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, dimension stone, lime, mortar and silica sand industries.

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Software to assist architects and engineers with building in concrete Software

RC Spreadsheets V4B




Sustainable Concrete website

Eurocode 2 resources and services