The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is spring 2018
This issue features:
87 WESTON STREET: AHMM’s geometric puzzle give a new look to upmarket London living.
XYZ, MANCHESTER: Cartwright Pickard changes the design language at Manchester’s Spinningfields.
HOOLA: CZWG’s rippling precast balconies make a big splash in London Docklands.
NOBU, LONDON: Raw concrete joins sushi on the menu at Ben Adams’ Nobu hotel.
BRICK-FACED CLADDING: We explore the design and manufacturing process of brick-faced concrete cladding.
PUMP IT UP: Article featuring the many great examples of exposed in-situ finishes created using self-compacting concrete.
SPECIFYING SUSTAINABLE CONCRETE: Provides a recap on minimising the environmental impact of concrete, focusing on the use of cement for current and future practice.
LASTING IMPRESSION: Alexander Schwarz, David Chipperfield Architects Berlin looks at his concrete inspiration, including the iconic Roman Pantheon.
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Guidance on how concrete can be used to achieve credits under the latest version of BREEAM NC:2014.
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This publication summarises the material used in the design of reinforced and prestressed concrete bridges using Eurocode 2
The buildings from 70 years of Concrete Quarterly.
A magazine to commemorate 70 years of Concrete Quarterly.
This guide focuses on concrete and masonry housing, and presents requirements for Part L1A of the Building Regulations.
This guide focuses on the use of concrete at Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre and its part in creating a low energy building.
This publication widens the understanding of post-tensioned floor construction and illustrates the considerable benefits.