Conventional concrete pavement can and has been used for many industrial pavement applications.
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Concrete & The Environment
Low CO2 intensity - the production of concrete, which consists of 10% - 15% cement, results in emissions
Why Is Concrete Better?
Concrete outperforms wood as a construction material, and won't burden building owners with constant repair and maintenance costs.
Protection & Safety
Concrete provides excellent fire resistance. It offers property protection, environmental protection and most importantly, life and safety protection.
Concrete pavements are well known for their strength, durability and long life. In the past, however, they have also been associated with a high initial price tag.
Concrete is produced in five basic forms, each with unique applications and properties.
Concrete is the most commonly used construction material on earth. When considered over its entire life cycle
Cement is a fine grey powder that is mixed with gravel, sand, and water to form concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world.
Codes & Standards
In Canada, building codes are important tools for achieving social goals related to health, safety and accessibility.
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