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When time is of the essence, it is important that the build method used is predictable and reliable - just the job for thin-joint Aircrete. Such was the case for the new £1.5 million Learning Centre at Ridgeway High School in Birkenhead, which had a construction window of just nine months before the centre opened to students. Contractor Lockwood Construction had worked with Aircrete for several years and knew that, when used with the thin-joint mortar system, a watertight envelope could quickly be achieved, allowing finishing trades to begin work internally far sooner than would otherwise be possible.

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