The Gascoigne Estate in Barking was first built in the 1960s and has become the subject of a massive redevelopment scheme to bring it into the 21st century. In the spirit of sustainable construction, Bouygues UK seized the opportunity to investigate the huge sustainability potential of Cemfree with some in-situ trials, conscious of the significant carbon saving that is achievable with this zero-cement concrete. Jean-Marie Perret, Bouygues UK Project Manager, decided to carry out a full scale on-site evaluation of Cemfree concrete to gain first-hand experience of this revolutionary new material and compare its properties to traditional concrete.
Lloyd House eco-home, Kent
Environment Agency, Foulton Hall, Harwich
Greencore Construction, Marcham, Oxfordshire