Hungarian tender set to popularize concrete

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Hungarian website beton.hu, Hungarian Cement Concrete and Lime Association (CeMBeton) and Hungarian Concrete Manufacturer Association (MABESZ) are jointly offering a tender entitled “Foundation of Every Construction 2015”, for architects of public buildings, factories and plants, the bodies said  in a press release today.

Applicants have three more weeks to apply for the tender, the aim of which is to familiarize people all over the world with the most popular construction material: concrete.

According to the press release, the mission of the tender is to debunk the traditional perception of concrete as not being aesthetic and only good for structural uses. The hope is that the tender will help portray concrete as a multifaceted and multifunctional material that serves many purposes well.

The tender is being called for the first time and the organizations are looking to involve architects in the process. The tender will distribute a total of HUF 600,000 among the winners.

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