Concrete has many benefits which can be utilised for a car park, including edge protection, durability...
Concrete solutions provide healthy, energy efficient and cost-effiective office buildings
Good design can provide more efficient facilities and a better environment for both staff and students. As well as providing the structural frame, concrete can be used to improve the overall performance of the building.
Hospital buildings need to be facilities that help medical staff in the efficient delivery of quality healthcare and provide a positive environment for speedy patient recovery. Concrete can easily be designed for the most complete control of vibration over whole areas without excessively increasing the structure.
Twinwall, crosswall and tunnelform all offer significant advantages including systemised construction, minimal need for infill panels, less requirement for follow-on trades due to high quality wall finishes and cost-savings due to repetition of the elements.
The concrete sector offers alternatives to the ubiquitous steel shed that offer flexibility, fast construction and durability against damage. Concrete also provides a wide range of benefits which are built-in and have no additional cost.
In the residential low-rise sector both housebuilders and homeowners have consistently found that concrete and masonry provide the best all-round housing solution.
As towers continue to get higher, concrete plays an ever more vital role in their complex structural design.
Flat slab, post-tensioned concrete and hybrid concrete construction are the most popular concrete solutions for retail buildings.