Concrete with calibre

The Big River Group has launched MaxiWall nationwide – a new cost-competitive autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC).

The Big River Group has launched MaxiWall nationwide – a new cost-competitive autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC). The use of MaxiWall panels leads to faster construction times and decreased site costs. The product’s light weight makes it safer to work with and easier to install, cut, shave and shape.

MaxiWall is a product of the future and is supported by the Big River Group’s national distribution network, including its 13 outlets. The Big River Group has predicted that MaxiWall will take a leading position in the ever-growing Australian AAC market – a market first introduced to Australia 25 years ago.

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