CarbonCure Technologies, a Canadian cleantech company that develops carbon dioxide (CO2) removal (CDR) solutions for the concrete industry, has gotten an investment by leading technology and property developers.
For OTTO Brewerytown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a two-building, two-phase project with 52 high-end, high-tech condo units, the designers used metal panels to create an eye-catching look for the building’s exterior. Phase one of the project was completed last year, and ground broke this February for phase two comprising 32 more units.
Forty of the world’s top cement and concrete companies have unveiled a joint industry ‘2050 Climate Ambition.’ The statement demonstrates their commitment to drive down the carbon dioxide (CO2) footprint of the world’s most used manmade product, with an aspiration to deliver carbon-neutral concrete by 2050.
Designed by Snøhetta, the new timber office building for trekking and travel company ASI Reisen, situated in Natters, Austria, is inspired by a symbiosis between nature and humanity. Surrounded by a lush exterior, the four-story structure combines timber frame construction with solid wooden elements to optimize material use and allow for the greatest amount of open floor plans.
The seventh edition of the Florida Building Code (FBC) was recently released for review and now references American Concrete Institute (ACI) 562-19, Code Requirements for the Assessment, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Existing Concrete Structures and Commentary.