The Dutch Military recently deployed a CCS25 at a camoflage school in Reek in the Netherlands. A photo of the deployment can be seen here.
Concrete Canvas was recently used to reinforce a flood defence gabion system in Derby, UK. CC helps prevent UV and animal damage, as well as preventing vandalism and weather erosion on gabion systems. You can view a video of the project here.
In March 2013 CC was used to line an amphibious vehicle training pool in the Fire Department Training Academy in Shibuya, Tokyo. The facility was built to improve training in amphibious rescue following the tsunami of 2011. A case study of the project is available here.
In April 2013, Concrete Canvas (CC) was specified in an erosion control project in the Cundinamarca region of Colombia. Heavy rainfall in the area had contributed to severe erosion of a 40m long slope adjacent to a main road, and the resulting debris and potential > read more
Following severe erosion and debris distribution caused by rainwater on a busy road in Australia, Concrete Canvas was used to line a water channel to redirect run-off and prevent further damage. A case study of the project is available here.
Concrete Canvas has been featured as a company thriving in the export market by the BBC Wales News Website. The article looks at the varying successes different companies based in Wales have had in exporting their products internationally during a time of recession. You can > read more
Concrete Canvas has today been announced as one of the three finalists for the 2013 MacRobert Award. The Award, the UK’s longest running and most prestigious national prize for engineering, celebrates products and services displaying outstanding innovation, commercial success and societal benefit. For more info > read more
Concrete Canvas are exhibiting at UGOL ROSSII & MINING 2013, the most important trade fair for Mining Technology, Exploration, Underground Mining and Open-Cast Mining, Mineral Processing and Coal Preparation in Russia. 190 internationally renowned exhibitors from 21 countries will showcase their products and technologies until > read more