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Construction expansion joints are designed to safely absorb any expansion and contraction that may occur in construction materials, whether that be heat induced, vibration, holding parts together or allowing movement due to earthquakes. They are commonly found between sections of buildings, bridges or railway tracks. Building faces, concrete slabs and pipelines expand more

Construction expansion joints are designed to safely absorb any expansion and contraction that may occur in construction materials, whether that be heat induced, vibration, holding parts together or allowing movement due to earthquakes. They are commonly found between sections of buildings, bridges or railway tracks. Building faces, concrete slabs and pipelines expand and contract due to warming and cooling. Temperature changes can be due to ongoing work on the building, or seasonal changes. Expansion joints on bridges allow for continuous movement of traffic as well as compensating for ongoing temperature and seasonal changes.

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