Detik Finance : 3 Facts About a Line of Toll Roads in Indonesia Turns Out to Be Built Using Foam

Jakarta – Foam turns out to be a material for building toll roads. In fact, the use of foam for toll road construction in Indonesia is no longer new and has been frequently applied. The use of foam on toll roads is referred to as the geofoam method. This method is widely used as a solution to the problem of soft and easily sinking soils. The geofoam method has...

Learn More

EPS (“Styrofoam”) Recycling Program at PT Beton Elemenindo Putra

To recycle especially difficult materials or non-biodegradable waste, is very important to restore youthfulness of the Earth. Awareness to recycle not only implemented by the community, but also by some companies and factories. One example of a company that has been engaged in operation and production which is more responsible for preserving the earth is PT. Beton...

Learn More

b-foam® Ultralight Façade – Reducing Structural Loads of Building and Improving Earthquake Safety

Todays’ avant-garde exterior building designs present challenges to architects and developers alike. Aside from increased costs, the additional weight of these exterior architectural design elements increases the structural reinforcement needs for the building. Moreover, in the earthquake-prone areas, architectural façade elements can be deadly falling debris if they...

Learn More

Floating Structures: a better, more environmentally responsible practice for developer in building on water vs land reclamation

Kahayan Floating River Cafe – Palangkaraya Floating Water Treatment Platform PT ATB, Batam Istora Terapung Jatiluhur – Purwakarta The heated debate around Benoa Bay (Teluk Benoa) in Bali has been ongoing for many months, in which a lot of efforts and cost have been incurred on both sides of the fence. Both sides have compelling reasons...

Learn More
Page 1 of 1612345...10...›››