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  • LiveRoof RoofStone

    RoofStone, from LiveRoof, is an integrated paver solution for the LiveRoof hybrid green roof system. RoofStone is integrated into LiveRoof installations as an accessory for walkways and patios

  • Layers of Evolution

    The Canadian redevelopment that transformed a historic brick factory into a multipurpose public space venue connects history and ecology.

  • Novabrik Mortarless Brick Technology

    Novabrik’s Mortarless Brick Technology features high-strength concrete bricks that overlap and interlock to create a strong, water-resistant brick veneer.

  • Product Review: Exterior Cladding

    When it comes to selecting siding, there are lots of options--and no silver bullet. Here's what attributes to look for.

  • Preassembled Interlocking ICFs From Owens Corning

    Owens Corning. The Fold-Form system of preassembled interlocking blocks enable walls from 4 to 16 inches thick. Universal Corner Kits and hardware/accessory packages allow for faster and complete installations and a wide variety of shapes, including curved walls, brick ledges, and offsets. The...

  • Atlas Block Century Stone

    Atlas Block now includes up to 30 percent recycled glass content in all of its concrete units and veneers.

  • Sustainability, Brick by Brick

    A multilevel house featuring suites for diplomats and their families in Mexico; a center for visiting dignitaries in Maryland; a self-supporting scheme for interlocking bricks that would not require mortar; and a brick featuring an outer leaf panel designed to produce curvilinear shapes were among...

  • Novabrik's Mortarless Brick Siding Offers Overlapping Interlock System

    The interlock system eliminates the need for mortar

  • CalStar's Fly Ash Brick may reduce manufacturing-related CO2 emissions

    The company's Fly Ash Brick consists of 40 percent pre-consumer recycled materials

  • Hog Crusher From Multiquip

    Attached to a skid-steer loader or forklift, the Hog Crusher scoops up and pulverizes most jobsite materials—including brick, block, stone, asphalt, and non-reinforced concrete—into 2-inch pieces or smaller that can be used as backfill, landfill, or driveway material. The unit can process up to 10...