Reinforced cement concrete, as an alternative base material for the construction of door and window frames, has been around for some time. Its technical and economic benefits have been widely documented and through various governmental and semi-governmental agencies, the government is promoting the technology in the present form.
In an effort to restrict the widespread use of wood, the government has banned its use in all government controlled manufacturing activities, which it changes with steel and aluminum, which are produced through intensive production processes of energy. Private sector still continues to use wood on a large scale.
In this background, reinforced cement was introduced as an alternative material for the construction of concrete door and window frames. Immediately realized the benefits of technology – i.e. low cost, sturdy product, termite and moisture-resistant, structural sound and easily available materials and manpower
The RCC was put together to take advantage of a technical package on a large scale to establish a commercial unit for the production of window frames and window frames