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Saudi Arabia’s housing ministry approves 3D-printed concrete deal

Saudi Arabia's housing ministry approves 3D-printed concrete deal

Written by David

March 10, 2019

Saudi’s housing ministry has approved using 3D-printed concrete for its projects [representational image]. Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Housing has approved a deal that will permit Al Kathiri Holding Company to produce and use 3D-printed concrete for ministry projects, days after it signed an agreement with Italian construction technology outfit Emmedue. A subsidiary of the Saudi building materials supplier, Alain Industries Co, had received approval from Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Housing use 3D printed concrete in the projects it works on for the ministry. In an update on Saudi Arabia’s stock market, Tadawul, the company said ministerial approval came after Alain Industries Co and Emmedue signed an agreement relating to machinery used to manufacture 3D printed concrete. Using 3D printed concrete on housing ministry projects could cut construction costs and time, Al Kathiri said in a previous Tadawul missive announcing its Emmedue deal. 3D printing would also allow architects and […]


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