Industrial Construction

From the time of the ancient KSA industrial construction has been a part of mankind. Despite the fact that most of the labour was provided by slaves engineering techniques evolved from the placement of the huge stones and towers. This was copied by the Romans and, later, fine-tuned by the all city builders. The main thrust behind the building of the cities of these empires was to portray power to both visiting dignitaries and to the population.

During the Industrial Revolution large buildings were needed to house the machinery of the cloth plants and this lead to the rise of plasters and bricklayers in industrial applications. Today, the construction of office towers and large factories rely on concrete and steel.

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