Frequently Asked Questions
Concrete is one of the most versatile, durable and cost-effective building materials known to man. It’s environmentally sustainable, with “green” credentials that outperform both steel and timber.
Second only to water, concrete is the second most consumed substance on earth.
Concrete can reduce energy consumption by as much as 50% due to it’s excellent thermal mass energy consumption.
Concrete is a very small contributor to greenhouse gases.
Concrete is completely non-combustible (classified as an A1 fire resistant material) and has a slow rate of heat transfer, making it highly effective against the spread of fire
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