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Construction Materials Group


The SCI Construction Materials Technical Interest Group provides a forum to exchange information for individuals who have an interest in all forms of construction and construction materials.


The Group arranges a regular schedule of meetings, conferences and site visits to examine and discuss all aspects of the construction industry. The aim is to disseminate information to a multidisciplinary audience and encourage an exchange of views between the different disciplines through its programme of events. The subject for the annual December meeting is chosen to be of interest to experts and lay people alike.

Other activities
Other activities of the Group include:

  • Supporting representatives on relevant SCI and external committees, for example British Standards Institution (BSI)
  • Offering comment to external organisations


The Construction Materials Group regularly collaborates with the following organisations:

  • IOM3
  • Institute of Asphalt Technology
  • Institute of Concrete Technology
  • The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation
  • Mineralogical Society
  • BSI


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Relevant SCI Journals

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