Construction materials

ForneyVault® Launches ForneyField™ Mobile App for End-to-End Building Materials Testing Workflow | State

[ad_1] PITTSBURGH, February 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ForneyVault®an integrated building materials testing platform, launched ForneyField™a mobile app allowing concrete field technicians to capture site and sample data from the field to the lab and beyond, providing an end-to-end solution for the construction materials testing (CMT) workflow ). ForneyField streamlines complex CMT workflows for increased alignment, […]

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[ad_1] Nexii owns and operates factories to manufacture and distribute innovative and sustainable building solutions across North America. Due to the high demand for green building products, Nexii is also working with licensees, called Nexii Certified Manufacturers (NCMs), to develop and operate additional factories in the United States and Canada. This supports the rapid expansion […]

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A step forward in the quest to develop living building materials and beyond

[ad_1] Some engineered living materials can combine the strength of ordinary building materials with the responsiveness of living systems. Think of self-healing concrete, paint that changes color when a specific chemical is detected, or a material that could reproduce and fill a crack as it forms. This would revolutionize construction and maintenance, with far-reaching economic […]

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Linesight Raw Materials Report Predicts U.S. Building Material Prices to Fall in 2022

[ad_1] After pandemic and supply chain issues have caused prices to skyrocket, moderate pricing is expected in the new year Linesight, a global construction consultancy, sees US construction commodity prices drop in 2022 after experiencing hyperinflation earlier this year. He also expects total construction spending in the United States to exceed $ 1.707 trillion in […]

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Podcast explores renewable and biodegradable building materials

[ad_1] UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – The latest episode of the Growing Impact podcast characteristics Benay Gürsoy Toykoç, assistant professor of architecture at Penn State. In the episode, the College of Arts and Architecture researcher discusses her seed grant project which seeks to use mycelium, the root structure of fungi, as a renewable, biodegradable building material […]