Kryton International has acquired a 30 per cent interest in Sensohive Technologies ApS of Odense, Denmark and will be distributor of the Maturix technology.
The changing seasons bring freeze and thaw cycles, falling leaves, organic growth and harsh weather conditions that can wreak havoc on a facility.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia used recycled tires to develop a stronger concrete that could be used for buildings.
Canadian Facility Management & Design
Sika Canada has officially opened its new mortars and concrete admixtures plant in Surrey, British Columbia. Sika Canada is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Switzerland-based Sika
Self-consolidating concrete (SCC) is a revolutionary building material that is widely regarded as one of the most significant technological advancements in the concrete industry in years.
A peer reviewed ISO compliant study from CPCI evaluates the impacts throughout the life of a precast concrete structure.
Many people think of concrete as a durable, long-lasting material; however, the past 40 years has shown it might be otherwise.