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A new Emmedue plant for the production of high energy-efficient panels and earthquake resistant building elements was inaugurated in July 2017 in Russia.

The plant represents the latest technological innovation applied to the Emmedue panel production process and the client, thanks to the Emmedue Technical Department, has already achieved the Certificate of Compliance…

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In Uganda a 140 m² house was built in 18 days with the Emmedue Building System

The growing need to realize high quality, cost-effective and timely constructions has prompted the TechBuilding team to build a model home using Emmedue technology: construction speed, building site simplicity, cost…

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Emmedue strengthens its presence in South East Asia

Emmedue in 2017 strengthens its international presence in Asia with the opening of a new Business Unit in Seoul. The Korean front office, consisting of a team which also includes…

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Emmedue Service Center in Ecuador

Since the beginning of 2017 Emmedue has implemented a new detached Service Center of Emmedue in the Americas. The new Service Center, managed by skilled technicians in Emmedue technology, plays…

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THE EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE OF EMMEDUE BUILDING SYSTEM

A violent earthquake of magnitude 7.8 on the Richter scale hit last April Ecuador’s coast, only 19km deep. The epicenter was located in the natural reserve of Mache-Chindul, a few…

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Emmedue achieves the European Certification ETA for the Emmedue Single Panel.

Approved by EOTA (European Organisation for Technical Assessment in the area of construction products), the European ETA Certification represents a very important goal and an absolute record for Emmedue. The…

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When in Rome do as the Romans do: EPS in the world

Our raw material, the “sintered foam polystyrene” (EPS), surprises us not only for its versatility in the application, but also for a wide linguistic diversity. Let us take as an…

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EPS and Sustainable Cities

COP21, Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Cities: Emmedue Building System confirms to be in line with the characteristics of the future sustainable cities.

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A new Therapy Center was built by using Emmedue polystyrene panels

The Therapy Center “La Esperanza” was built by using Emmedue polystyrene panels.

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Vertical woods, the Best Tall Building Worldwide

Vertical woods, the Best Tall Building Worldwide: an international award goes to an italian project. The last 13th November The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) during the…

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Emmedue at the Cleantech Showcase of Shanghai, an Event for the Health of Environment

The economic development of China in the last decades has lead not only a substantial improvement in the standard of living, but it has also entailed significant environmental costs. To…

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Ememdue speaks also in French!

French is one of the most spoken languages in the world and represents one of the two working languages of the United Nations and of the most international organizations. The…

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Habitable module

The optimization and development of space is a primary goal of the architecture. Make available to individuals aesthetic and functional spaces created in harmony with their daily activities such as…

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Urban Gardens: a way to feed our city

The reasons which in the course of history have allowed to spread of  the urban gardens are very similar in different parts of the world in particular when they have become…

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The curved panel enlarges Emmedue project proposal

  The Emmedue building system offers a wide range of panels including : single panel, ” hp ” single panel, double panel, Landing panel, staircase and floor panels, which are…

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Underground cities

The so-called “underground cities” are not an invention of the modern era, these types of buildings find their origins to the dawn of human history. One of the last and…

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Condolences for the death of Nicholas Jacob

Emmedue management together with all the staff express deep condolences for the untimely death last May 10, 2015 of Nicholas Jacob, who worked for Emmedue in India, remembering him as…

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