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Presented by: Tony Jones
Concrete has excellent capacity to withstand fire as it is non-combustible and has good insulation properties. (Recorded 05/08/2019)
26 Feb 2019
The Concrete Centre is thrilled to be returning to Futurebuild 2019, previously known as Ecobuild; taking place at ExCel London on 5th - 7th March 2019. The Concrete Centre stand will be in the Materials hub (E81) and will offer a wealth of expert advice, visual interaction and practical demonstrations on the many ways in which designers can use concrete and masonry construction to achieve sustainability, performance and aesthetic goals.
25 Feb 2019
Modern Masonry will be exhibiting at this year's Building for tomorrow 2019 seminar on 25 February 2019.
14 Jan 2019
10 Design Resources to Assist You in 2019
The Concrete Centre provides material, design and construction guidance through its published work, events, webinars, research and online resources.
06 Dec 2018
‘Attention to detail’ was the title given to our most recent Concrete Elegance lecture, featuring projects by architectural practices well versed in detailing concrete. Tom Herre and Matt Ball of David Chipperfield Architects (DCA) presented Inagawa cemetery chapel and visitor centre, a thoughtful series of structures and spaces embedded into a Japanese hillside.
05 Dec 2018
The Concrete Centre’s principal structural engineer and expert on fire, Tony Jones, clarifies the Government’s combustible materials ban and its impact on construction.
On 29 November the Government announced details of the changes to the Building Regulations, and associated guidance, that bans the use of combustible materials in the external walls of the relevant buildings.