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MODUS Land Property Construction

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AggreBind gets UN Certification

 

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IPRO306 AggreBind Summer 2012

Prepared by students at the Illinois Institute of Technology as part of their IPRO 306 curriculum, a course based on AggreBind soil stabilizing AggreBind Summer 2012

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Don Hawkridge’s AggreBind; Sustainable Alternative to Cement

As products are developed to be internationally used, it is important that they can be made from local products, wherever they are needed, affordable in those locations, and sustainable in all aspects. Many of these products take years to develop

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Green-Tinted Building Products

The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) is a professional engineering organization representing the voice of licensed engineers, and advocates for all related disciplines. The society concerns itself with a variety of issues relating to engineering, including licensure and ethics, the

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AggreBind instructing construction engineers and laborers in Tabarre HAITI on how to make blocks and roads with AggreBind & in situ materials

Seminar – January 2012   AggreBind instructing construction engineers and laborers in Tabarre HAITI on how to make blocks and roads with AggreBind & in situ materials

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From the halls of leading universities to the classrooms of developing countries; AggreBind inspires, teaches and defines affordable, alternative and green construction

306: AggreBind Phase One: The Making of a Sustainable and Cost-Effective Building System Semester: Summer 2012 Meeting Days/Time: Tuesday/Thursday from 5:00 to 7:40 pm (Session B — 6/4 to 7/27) Sponsor: In collaboration with AggreBind Faculty: Mark McKinney (ARCH) (mmckinney@sedgwickproperties.com)

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Innovative materials developed for construction industry

The Guardian Sustainable Business Built Enviroment Hub

Pioneering new materials and methods such as self-healing bioconcrete, 3-D concrete printers and a new generation of solar polymers will help construction become more sustainable Gordon Miller for the Guardian Professional Network guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 25 October 2011 09.47 EDT The 3-D printer at

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