Construction industry: Is glass technology safe?

Glass provides building designers with fascinating creative options, and the popularity of the material has increased dramatically over the last decade.

This has led to growing demand for glass over other construction materials like cement, bricks and aluminium sheets. While the construction industry has developed at a rapid pace, so has the conscious demand for sustainable building materials.   

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600450 Construction industry: Is glass technology safe?
Date: 20 February 2013

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