Sep 27, 2018

BendinG – Construction PSD Template

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BendinG is a clean, creative, unique template for construction and construction companies. There are included three amazing websites and a total of 17 psd files. This design is very creative and unique and also very easy to customize and use.

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This PSD template can easily be customized – each PSD file is carefully layered and contains an overview of the hierarchy of groups and layers for easy access. You can easily replace a picture of your own in just a few clicks.

function List

  • Designed based on Bootstrap 1170 Grid System with 12 columns
  • Minimal, modern and clean user interface
  • Best user experience
  • Free Google fonts are used
  • Free icon fonts are used
  • Flexible, custom and properly organized layers
  • Easy to use your own brand / color
  • Maximum use of white space
  • Easy to use your own brand / color
  • 100% pixel perfect design
  • 17+ PSD files included
  • 3+ Websites
  • Pictures not included
  • Top notch support

All pages

  • 01_home_01.psd
  • 02_home_02.psd
  • 03_home_03.psd
  • 04_About_Us.psd
  • 05_Services_01.psd
  • 06_Services_02.psd
  • 07_Services_Details.psd
  • 08_Our_Work.psd
  • 09_Our_Work_02.psd
  • 10_Work_Details.psd
  • 11_Shop.psd
  • 12_Product_Details.psd
  • 13_Cart.psd
  • 14_Grid_News.psd
  • 15_Stander_News.psd
  • 16_Single_News.psd
  • 17_Contact_Us.psd


In this template, we use font from Google Font:

  • Poppins
  • Work + Sans


  • fontawesome
  • linearicons
  • flaticon

4 / Pictures

All images we used in this template come from sources. They are very good sources for free pictures


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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