RCC meaning in construction

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RCC stands for “Reinforced Cement Concrete.” It is a construction material that combines cement, aggregate (such as gravel or crushed stone), and water, with steel reinforcement added to provide additional strength and support.

RCC is commonly used in the construction of buildings, bridges, roads, and other structures, because of its strength, durability, and ability to withstand heavy loads. It’s also used in the construction of foundations, beams, slabs, columns, and footings.

Advantages of Using RCC in Construction

  1. RCC is very strong & durable, it can absorb high amounts of pressure and load.
  2. RCC is fire & termite resistant. Other environmental factors also do not affect the quality of RCC.
  3. It is easy to work with and can be poured or cast into a wide variety of shapes and forms.

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