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Gregg Lewis 12h
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NDConcrete Mar 26
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Concrete BC Dec 11
Concrete buildings are resilient when faced with extreme weather, lowering insurance costs.
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Concrete Strongman Mar 12
If you want sustainability you you build with
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Concrete Canada Feb 3
‼️Alberta Fire Fighters ask Province to hit the pause button on 12-storey woodframe construction‼️
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NE Concrete & Aggs Feb 6
ICFMA installer training class today!
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Jereme Montgomery Feb 22
Here’s Thomas Edison’s patent in 1908 for a house that could be built with one pour. The process could eliminate not only the traditional work of erecting walls and roof but also much of the labor involved.
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Build With Strength Feb 24
MUST READ: Massive Virginia fire sheds light on systematic problem — and a possible solution via
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Concrete BC Nov 29
A bridge replacing the Tunnel would mean a safer crossing of the Fraser River, improved traffic flow, and is faster to build. Learn more:
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John Lee Feb 5
If I could move my arms I’d do concrete angels.
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Nick Edwards Feb 20
Nutrien Tower will be Saskatchewan’s tallest high-rise when complete. Concrete is the safe & comfortable choice.
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Build With Strength Jan 16
New year, same reliable, affordable, sustainable building material: Concrete.
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PCI Midwest Jan 13
Cross-laminated timber (CLT) claims to be more fire resistant, but CLT is wood, and wood still burns.
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MN Concrete Council Mar 23
The construction industry’s role in building, maintaining, and enhancing our infrastructure is essential to our ability to come out of this generational challenge. Join us in supporting the construction industry!
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Concrete Strongman Mar 10
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Concrete Strongman Mar 9
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Jacob Gave Feb 11
Replying to @MNConcCouncil
Sustainability- design buildings for low impact on the environment but not for the environment to have a low impact on the buildings. Take it a step further and design for .
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John Loyer Mar 21
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NE Concrete & Aggs Feb 22
We need to Build with Strength for lots of different reasons! Add this to the list!!!!!
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John Loyer Mar 24
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