"A Little Green Book of Concrete" makes its official debut! (May 2008)
A Little Book of Concrete was updated accordingly to the evolving needs of our society which is more
and more asking for green products.
This new version of the book, A Little Green Book of Concrete - Sustainable Construction with Precast Concrete responds to the demand of achieving the principles of sustainable development. Precast concrete is certainly a sustainable product and a way of achieving it!
Leaf through the options to a more sustainable built environment with precast concrete!
The Little Green Book of Concrete started its spread. The German adaptation has just been released.
Have a look at the German options for a more sustainable built environment with precast concrete!
"A Little Book of Concrete" adapted into different national languages
The Little Book of Concrete - A guide to one hundred advantages was produced by the British Precast Concrete Federation.
For information about the English version, please contact email@example.com.
The Belgian Federation, FEBE, adapted it into both national languages (Dutch and French) under the title: 100XPrefab Beton or 100XBeton Prefa. You can download it directly on the website http://www.febe.be/. For more information, contact Lien Verfaillie.
The Spanish Association, ANDECE, adapted it into Spanish under the title Prefabicados de hormigón. Las 100 mejores razones para utilizarlo. For more information, contact Pilar Fuertes Martínez.
The Polish Little Book of Concrete was released in September 2009. The book is published under the title Dlagczego prefabrykacja? Sto korzysci stosowania prefabrykajci. For more information, contact Józef Kostrzewski.
The Italian Little Book of Concrete was first presented during the 45th edition of SAIE (International Building Exhibition) in Bologna in October 2009. The most recent adaptation of the Little Book of Concrete is published under the title: 100 vantaggi dell'edilizia industrializata in calcestruzzo. For more information, please contact Alessandra Biloni.
To leaf through those pocket books, go to the Publications section.