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Concrete Magazine
The Learning Curve: Accommodating Movement & Transferring Shear Load (PDF - 1.4 MB)
Lockable Dowels on Aberdeen's new Emergency Care Centre (PDF - 324 KB)
Moment Connections with Cast-in Anchors (PDF - 298 KB)
Lockable Dowels on the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne (PDF - 170 KB)
Using Thermal Breaks in Concrete Structures (PDF - 391 KB)
Stud Rails: Prefabricated Punching Shear Reinforcement (PDF - 1.15 MB)
A review of recent developments in concrete connections systems (PDF - 347 KB)
Cultural Centre at Barangaroo Point - Sydney Australia (PDF - 497 KB)
Precast Connections using Grout Sleeve Coupler Systems - CONCRETE Magazine Article, February 2018 (PDF - 222 KB)
Shear load connectors in rail viaduct superstructure - 'All Aboard Florida' - CONCRETE Magazine Article, June 2018 (PDF - 382 KB)
Lakhta Center, Russian Federation - CONCRETE Magazine Article, February 2019 (PDF - 435 KB)
Nickel Magazine
Nexus Brick Faced Support (PDF - 503 KB)
Construct Yearbook 2010
Dowels speed post-tensioning (PDF - 1020 KB)
Construct Yearbook 2011
Ancon Lockable Dowels offer time and cost savings on a healthcare project (PDF - 2.17 MB)
Construct Yearbook 2012
An Inventive Solution: Ancon Lockable Dowels (PDF - 904 KB)
Construct Yearbook 2016
Rebar Couplers in Use on Queensferry Crossing (PDF - 192 KB)
Specification Magazine
Bricks & Blocks: The Range Continues to Grow (PDF - 310 KB)
Suspended Brickwork: Four Ways to Create Attractive Soffit Details (PDF - 164 KB)

Latest News

Innovative Ancon rebar connectors used in iconic Russian skyscraper

Innovative and quick-to-install reinforcing bar couplers from Ancon replace time-consuming lapped joints and minimise reinforcement congestion in the gigantic concrete superstructure of Europe’s tallest building; the 87-floor, 462m high helicoidal Lakhta Tower in St. Petersburg.

Ancon leads industry transition to ISO 45001

Ancon is pleased to announce it has become one of the first businesses to transition its Occupational Health and Safety Management (OHS) to the new International standard ISO 45001:2018.