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We produce alternative building materials in the form of AAC (Autoclaved Aerated Concrete) blocks, wall panels, lintels, and slab panels. Our SABS approved AAC building materials and are superior to conventional materials due to their green properties, versatility, and durability. These make our AAC building materials perfect for the African environment.

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Referenced: The European Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Association (EAACA) -

Panorama City, Landererova, Bratislava, Slovakia

Two of the tallest buildings in Slovakia today, with a height of 112,20 m and 112,60m, providing a total of 606 apartments of different categories ranging from one-room studios to large five-room apartments. There are 932 parking spaces in one underground floor and four above-ground garage floors.

Docks, Brussels, Belgium

New commercial centre in Brussels, with shops, leisure and culture with total surface of 56,000 m². Focuses on ecology.

House Liberec, Podzimní ul., Liberec, Czech Republic

This four-storey building contains 16 residential units, 2 rooms plus an open kitchen, with the dimensions of 49 and 50 square meters. Residents of each housing unit can also use a practical cellar beneath the building with an area of two meters square and guaranteed parking spaces.

Tuwima Park,Ul. Tuwima, Ełk, Poland

Tuwima Park consists of 140 modern, industrial- type apartments.

Hornehoof, Vogelsbleek, Weert, The Netherlands

Residential care home, in city centre of Weert consisting of 3 separate buildings and 89 rental apartments with various care possibilities meant for long stay of tenants.

Casa Don Bosco

A special architectural gem is created with the “Casa Don Bosco” children’s home. The five-storey building including basement with underground car park ties in with the finely drawn facade design with neo-Romanesque style elements to the appearance of the former Salesianum main building.

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