Posts Categorized: Concrete History

The Wonders of Concrete in Your Home

Concrete pouring and delivery

Concrete has been incorporated in plenty of architectural designs and buildings, but it also used in many different aspects of living and way of life. Concrete is a substance that can be transformed for many uses. Your home can benefit from the use of concrete in design and structure. Also, the exterior layout of your… Read more »

Why is Concrete So Strong?

concrete architecture

Concrete has been used for thousands of years for many applications including architecture. Many concrete buildings across the world have lasted so many years because of the strength and durability they were built with.  It’s a mystery because concrete is made from water and cement mix, so people can’t understand why concrete structures last so… Read more »

Concrete Patio Ideas for the Summer

Concrete Patio Ideas

The summer is coming soon, and it seems like we may be doing more backyard patio activities this summer than most. Creating a concrete backyard patio may help you get outside and relax in your backyard much more.  With concrete being the material to use on your patio build, you’ll have plenty of benefits to… Read more »

A Concrete Wonder: The Roman Pantheon

Roman Pantheon concrete structure

Concrete has played a major role in architecture for thousands of years. Some of the Roman concrete structures have lasted over 2,000 years, but they have survived the years with a little help from preservation techniques. There is one building that has lasted without any preservation. The Pantheon in the city of Rome has been… Read more »

Some of the Coolest Concrete Structures in the World

Roman Colosseum concrete structure

Concrete has been used in architecture and buildings for centuries. Around the world, there are incredible structures that were made with concrete that are still standing to this day. The fact that these structures are standing tall after going through years of wear and tear is a testament to the concrete that they were made… Read more »