What Is Slab Formwork?

Formwork is an essential component to any type of concrete construction. Formwork refers to temporary or permanent moulds into which concrete is poured that subsequently hardens. Formwork has been used for thousands of years in the construction industry, with one of the earliest examples being the … [Read more...]

Why The Construction Industry Uses Scaffolding

Scaffolding is an essential component of the construction industry for several key reasons. Scaffolding, also referred to as scaffold or staging, is a temporary structure which provides support to workers and materials when constructing, repairing, or maintaining buildings or other … [Read more...]

What Is Formwork? A Simple Guide

Formwork refers to the moulds used to contain and shape wet concrete until it dries and is self-supporting. From the early beginnings of construction and architecture, formwork makes up an essential ingredient to any construction project. The Pantheon in Rome, which began construction around 27 BC, … [Read more...]

What To Look For In A Scaffolding Company

If you’re interested in undertaking your own construction project and require some scaffolding to assist you, there’s a surprising number of factors you should consider before deciding which scaffolding hire company is best suited to your needs. While there are many scaffolding hire companies to … [Read more...]

7 Simple Scaffolding Safety Tips

Construction projects can be very expensive, however there’s no doubt that safety of workers is priceless. In one of the most accident prone industries, it’s imperative that construction workers follow the appropriate safety protocols to ensure that everyone working on the project goes home safely. … [Read more...]

ICN Gateway

What is ICN? ICN assists in bringing project owners and Australian suppliers together by giving exclusive access to our powerful online database and ICN's extensive network of Business Growth consultants. This network helps achieve more work for Australian businesses. How does ICN work? Uni-pan … [Read more...]