Cintec uses 3D printing to restore Trinidad and Tobago’s historic landmark, the Red House

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Cintec, an international structural engineering firm based in Wales, has helped in the restoration of the historical Government building in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the Red House. This project, undertaken by Cintec’s North American branch, has utilized additive manufacturing for the first time within sacrificial structures and claims to have the longest reinforcement […]. Art & Sculpture C.E.P

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Cintec uses 3D printing to help complete million-dollar restoration of Red House


CINTEC, a structural masonry expert headquartered in Newport, Wales, has undertaken vital restoration work on one of the world’s most prestigious Government buildings, The Red House, also known as the seat of Parliament for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.