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Ashland Building & Construction
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chemistry, construction, concrete, tile, mortar, building materials, sustainability, resin, adhesives, polymers
chemistry, construction, concrete, tile, mortar, building materials, sustainability, resin, adhesives, polymers

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Ashland Aquatherm™ cellulose ethers not only extend the pot life of mortar in temperatures exceeding 30° celcius, but also provide a host of other benefits: http://bit.ly/1nRDCo3
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Learn more about EIFS by watching this EIFS process diagram video: http://bit.ly/UNeLbs

Meeting with customers is very important to us. We like to hear what you have to say and it's always easier to speak face to face – we get so much information that we wouldn't have otherwise. So, let us know if you'd like us to come by and contact construction@ashland.com.

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Ashland supplies additives for hand- or machine-applied gypsum plaster, joint fillers and finishing products. Our product offering also includes ingredients for fillers based on redispersible powders. View our Gypsum plasters brochure to learn more: http://bit.ly/1liBuRs
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Looking to repair plaster walls at home? +The Family Handyman can help: http://bit.ly/1kCmv9L #DIY  

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Have you seen this? A new high-rise development in Milan offers a vertical forest that produces energy: http://bit.ly/1k7UlnH

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Twenty organizations will work together to implement construction best practices for resilient design: http://bit.ly/1huQLyt

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This ceramic tile mural in Glasgow, Scotland's Hillhead Subway station took two years to complete: http://bit.ly/1gUtg7i via +Tile Magazine

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Ashland offers a wide range of Aquapas™ redispersible polymer powders with added benefits, including improved formulation accuracy, excellent tensile and compressive strength, abrasion resistance and excellent mortar stability: http://bit.ly/1gYRdVA

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The Kingdom Tower in Saudi Arabia is set to be the world's tallest tower after it's completion in 2018: http://bit.ly/1hSwWko
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