Ferrocement Construction


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Reply Ademiju
11:19 AM on August 29, 2017 
I wound love to share my creativity with other innovators
Reply dnyaneshwar bahirat
8:05 AM on July 21, 2016 
Respected sir
I am student of final year BE civil , sir i am intrested to do project on ferrocement , sir plese give me some topics regarding ferrocement so i can reserch on it.
thanking you !
Reply Sujith
11:59 PM on February 19, 2014 
I am planing to build a home, Sir i would like to know if it is possible to build the entire home with Ferrocement.
Also does it last longer or safer than house build by concrete and bricks
Thanking You
Reply Deepak P Dedhia
9:22 AM on December 7, 2013 
I've constructed one level of my house with a ferrocement structure 8 yrs ago and am now am using the same technology to extend the same house.
Reply hemant vaidya
11:25 PM on November 22, 2013 
Kindly keep on visiting web http://ferrocementconstruction.webs.com which is updated.
Reply hemant vaidya
11:20 PM on November 22, 2013 
Thanks. It is feasible. Moreover it will be more cost effective if it is replaced with Ferrobrick depending upon availability of bricks. Moreover with same spirit metal frame work be replaced totally by ferrocement. Kindly keep on visiting web http://ferrocementconstruction.webs.com which is updated.
Reply Hunja Moses
5:00 AM on November 18, 2013 
Very interesting. Haven't worked with ferrocement before but very interested and especially after quickly going through your website.

Nairobi, Kenya
Reply David Tate
11:44 AM on November 3, 2013 
We are building affordable homes between 650-900 sq.ft.
The houses are built of metal frames and we would like to use Ferrocement in the exterior walls.
Please let us know whether you think this is feasible.

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