dry construction

dry construction

The use of dry materials such as gypsum board, plywood, or wallboard in construction, without the application of plaster or mortar.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 2, 2019-: Dry Construction Material Market: Analysis By Material, Application, End Users, Opportunities and Forecast 2019-2024
Sakret Holdings with a 100 percent Latvian capital is the largest dry construction materials produce in the Baltics, comprising plants in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
Chototel uses technologies such as steel-frame dry construction, closed-loop, off-grid utility systems; microbots and big data processing to manage unmanned operations and billing; and real-time financial and cash technologies.
Chototel is an economy hotel that uses technologies such as steel-framed dry construction; closed-loop, off-grid utility systems; microbots and big data processing to manage unmanned operations and billing; and real-time financial and cash technologies.
The growth rate was provided for the production of cement by 4.9%, gypsum plaster by 10.7%, dry construction mixes by 32%, gypsum boards by 2.9%, ceramic tile by 10.1%, and others.
4 June 2014 - Finnish rental equipment group Ramirent Oyj (HEL:RMR1V) on Wednesday said it had agreed to buy the weather shelter and scaffolding division Dry Construction Concept (DDC) of local shelter solutions company NSS Group AB, without providing financial details.
The second factory to be built by Saint-Gobain Weber in Bulgaria will also be producing dry construction mixes.
* Dry Construction Material Market - https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-dry-construction-material-market
The Milan-based international company Mapei has announced plans for building a new plant for dry construction mixtures in Bulgaria as part of its expansion here.