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NRC Institute for Research in Construction

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NRC Institute for Research in Construction is Canada’s leading construction research and technology development agency. NRC Construction brings quality to the built environment by performing research and development, product evaluation, developing test methods, standards and decision-support tools. Through ongoing research, NRC Construction helps to support a well-functioning marketplace by offering services and technology that improve the construction of high-performance buildings and infrastructure, both here at home and around the world.

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