18 New Building Materials That Will Revolutionize Construction

LIOR ZITZMAN | December 4, 2018

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Throughout the ages, we’ve seen the construction industry undergo a series of building material innovations. From durable concrete used in ancient structures to the production of steel for bridges and skyscrapers, these materials shaped the way we build today and influenced some of the greatest architectural feats.

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