ReNüTeq+ArchDaily Materials Innovations: What is Structural Engineered Bamboo (SEB)?


Thank you, Eduardo Souza, for this informative article in ArchDaily regarding ReNüTeq's SEB (Structural Engineered Bamboo), specifically overviewing our proprietary products for Structural Beams, Columns, and Structural Glass Systems.

Read Eduardo Souza's full and beautifully written article here:

ArchDaily.com - ReNüTeq’s SEB (Structural Engineered Bamboo) What is SEB?


"It has taken quite some time to come to this place where the world is beginning to see the performance and sustainability advantages of SEB over other building materials and that its integration alongside other quality materials is the path forward.  Mass Timber is great, but SEB is another sustainable, and high performance material."

“Planting more trees is not the path, let's cut down fewer trees..” Quote by ReNüTeq Founder and CEO, Luke D. Schüette

From my presentation to ASTM International’s Executive Committee in 2009, and the addition of SEB into ASTM's 5456 Testing Manual & ICC's AC-47, to the addition of SEB to the IBC (International Building Code) in 2012 to the first Airport Roof Structure in 2016. I am proud to be a part of so many milestones, and now I am proud to be sourced by ArchDaily’s Materials Innovations.

Structural and Performance uses of Structural Engineered Bamboo have been my vision and passion for much of my life, and I am pleased to see some of my work begin to be recognized by some of the world's most renowned business leaders, companies, and technical publishers.


Read the full and beautifully written article here:

ArchDaily.com - ReNüTeq’s SEB (Structural Engineered Bamboo) What is SEB?


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