Posts Tagged: concrete technology

The Rising Popularity of Concrete Floors

It’s no surprise that people are discovering the benefits of concrete floors. Their cost effective, easy to maintain, and are simply cleaned. Concrete slays in the face of its competitors. Rugs are easily outdated, consume odors, and trigger allergies for many homeowners. Tiles can accumulate mold and mildew in the grout that lies between them…. Read more »

Structurally Sound

What are the similarities between concrete and the human body? When thinking on the fly, it’s hard to think of any, what could a common construction material have to do with biology? To Henk Jonkers, microbiologist at Delft University of Technology, the two become more similar every day. Take for example your bones. If you… Read more »

Nuclear Concrete

We love discussing the many modern applications that our society has found for concrete here on the Bergen Mobile Concrete blog. More than just a footpath surface, concrete technologies have the potential to help us live in an even more sustainable world. In the not-so-distant future, we may even be hailing concrete as a modern… Read more »

New Concrete Laying Technique

In Arizona, the new East Wetlands multiuse pathway has been surprising locals, visitors and just about anyone who has taken a stroll down it. Beginning under the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway Bridge, this 1.5 mile path extends to the Avenue 2E trailhead. Whether you choose to bilk, walk or jog down the path, you can expect to… Read more »