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New Building Materials For The Future Of Construction Sep 06, 2017

   While some might argue that the old ways are the best, the fact is that developments in the construction industry have made it easier and safer to build across the globe. The development of innovative new building materials has allowed architects to better realise their visions, as they make more daring structures possible due to their improved strength, flexibility and durability. This is a field that is developing all the time. If you want to stay on top of it, read on for a list of new building materials that might well be featured in your next major project.

     Developing new building materials is not just about making them stronger or lighter, but also about making them more environmentally friendly. This uses conventional ingredients for concrete mixed with suitable waste and recycled materials to create an economical and eco-friendly substitute that still performs as well as the original. Some of the materials used include fly ash, recycled concrete aggregates and aluminium can fibres. 

     Concrete is a material that quite literally holds our cities together. From homes and apartment buildings to bridges, viaducts, and sidewalks, this ubiquitous gray material's importance to modern urban life is undeniable. But you might have heard that it also has a dirty secret: the production of commercial concrete materials releases tons of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere each year, contributing to the calamity that is climate change. But it doesn't have to be that way. New building materials that offer alternatives to concrete, and a lower environmental impact.