Crushed glass sand and recycled plastic strips have been used in a footpath construction project trialling environmentally sustainable materials
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IPWEA (NSW) Professional Development Workshop: SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONCRETE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT - FRIDAY 4 NOVEMBER 2016 ABOUT THE SEMINAR Local government uses concrete to construct various assets including footpaths, cycle ways, kerbs and gutters, pavements for high traffic areas, roundabouts, intersections, parking areas and stormwater drainage systems
04-11-2016 | 08:30 AEST Sydney NSW
Lower Stony Creek Dam, located 40km out of Melbourne in the Brisbane Ranges National Park, is the world's third oldest concrete dam and the oldest in Australia.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia have developed seismic-resistant, fibre-reinforced concrete
Scientists in Singapore have developed a new type of concrete that is bendable, yet stronger and more durable than regular concrete
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