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The Backbone to FRAMECAD’s Innovation & Dedicated Customer Support: Who makes up the FRAMECAD team

"The speed of change in the world demands a new approach to construction. Population growth and changing environmental, political and social attitudes are causing many landowners, developers and builders to move away from traditional methods. At FRAMECAD, we look towards modern approaches to construction and for more than 30 years, we have been so excited about innovation in Cold Formed Steel construction to meet these needs."

-  Mark Taylor, Founder and CEO, FRAMECAD 

Topics: Design Led Construction & Software, Market & Industry Trends, Benefits of Cold Formed Steel Construction

Addressing the world-wide shortage of skilled labour in construction

Highly-skilled professionals are becoming scarce, as the demand for quality residential and commercial buildings is going up around the world. 

Topics: Market & Industry Trends

Logging ban hits construction in Kenya. The time to switch to Cold Formed Steel is now.

Topics: Market & Industry Trends, Benefits of Cold Formed Steel Construction

Watch how Lifetec Construction Group introduced LGS as an"ultra innovative way to build a home" in Vancouver

LifeTec Construction Group is the first organisation to introduce FRAMECAD steel framing technology to Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest.

Lifetec Construction Group believes that FRAMECAD technology which they refer to "FRAMECAD 3D printed steel framing technologies" will offer a number of unprecedented benefits to the Vancouver construction industry.

Watch the CTV Vancouver News to learn more on how Lifetec Construction Group introduced LGS as an"ultra innovative way to build a home" in Vancouver

Topics: Market & Industry Trends, Videos & Webinars

Emerging construction trends in the Sri Lankan construction industry

The President of Chamber of Construction Industry Sri Lanka, Dr Surath Wickramasinghe, offered an insightful prediction into what we can expect from the island’s construction industry. He is one of Sri Lanka’s leading architects and according to him, the developers should plan long term. This is because the current growth of the Sri Lankan construction sector should continue to grow for the next 15 to 20 years.

Topics: Market & Industry Trends

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