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New Newsletter Launched for Composites in Construction

28 July 2006

NGCC, the Network Group for Composites in Construction, has launched an electronic newsletter dedicated to the use of composites in construction.

NGCC aims to encourage the safe and effective application of fibre-reinforced plastics (FRPs) in the construction sector through information dissemination, education and networking activities. Their new quarterly newsletter presents news, events, technology developments and information on new products from their member companies, including:

  • Highways Agency Construct FRP Bridge Over the M6 (the image shows the bridge deck being lifted into place)
  • Gurit Engineers Liverpool Car Park Screening
  • European Network for Composite Reinforcement - Linking Academia & Industry
  • FRP for Long Span Bridges
  • BeAware - Built Environment Action on Waste Awareness & Resource Efficiency
  • FRP strengthening of pre-cracked concrete structures
  • White Young Green Develop Composite Motorway Gantries

The newsletter can be downloaded from the link below and more information on the application of FRPs in construction and the leading companies involved can be found on their website.





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