Green Buildings

The next 10 to 15 years are expected to be a very exciting time in the construction industry and the rationale behind this prediction is climate change. The simple fact is that if we are to have any hope of maintaining global average temperature rises to plus-2 deg C then we need to decarbonise the global economy.

Conares, a leading provider of downstream steel products in the region, has received the Sustainable Constructional Steel Certification by the UK Certification Authority for Reinforcing Steels (UK Cares) for its rebar manufacturing division.

RAK Ceramics, a founding member of the Emirates Green Building Council (EmiratesGBC), has redoubled its efforts to support green building initiatives, which has resulted in the development and introduction of a wide array of innovative and environment-friendly products. These include RAK Slim, a revolutionary 4.

True to its standing among the top 100 most sustainable corporations in the world, leading European manufacturer of sanitary technology Geberit focuses on the development and manufacture of environment-friendly products that reduce water and energy consumption.

Reynaers Middle East is unveiling its latest “green” product Sensity – a highly insulated premium aluminium/wood system for windows – on the Lebanese market at a premier construction, building and environmental technology exhibition in Beirut this month (June 3 to 6).