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In September 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to remediate a drainage ditch at the base of a slope at Pogo Mine, Vancouver, Canada. 2 miles of shotcrete lined ditches had been installed in the previous two years, but had failed. You can read > read more
In June 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to line 800 linear meters of ditch at a landfill site in Colleferro, Rome, Italy. If the contractor did not complete the works in 2 days or less they would face financial penalty. It was not > read more
In February 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to remediate a damaged curb and channel in Thames, New Zealand. The original poured concrete ditch was cracking due to age and environmental weathering. You can read the full case study here.
In March 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was specified to remediate a culvert in Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand. The client was Porirua City Council and the installation was completed by Rasmax. Concrete Canvas® GCCM was selected due to the culvert being difficult to access, the installation > read more
In July 2014, CC was used line a 56m long section of ditch located on a steep embankment next to a road in Canaa Dos Carajas, Para, Brazil. Rainwater was infiltrating and eroding the embankment, risking slip. The installation was conducted as a trial with > read more
In August 2014, CC was used to protect and stabilise a batter underneath the Karapiro Gully Viaduct, Waikato Expressway, Cambridge, New Zealand. The bridge at 200 metres long and 40 metres high required vegetation to be cleared during construction resulting in the batter needing stabilising. > read more
Concrete Canvas Ltd. has installed 90kWp of solar cells on the roof of its factory in Wales. When the sun is shining this substantial installation can supply the majority of the energy for all three factory units and the offices. This means less carbon dioxide > read more
In March 2014, CC was used to line a ditch and basin at the top of a road embankment in Brignoles, France, to prevent rainwater infiltrating the slope and causing slip. The close proximity of the crest of the steep embankment ruled out conventional concreting > read more
In May 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to line a drainage ditch to prevent erosion underneath the nearby A66 highway. It was not possible to stop or divert the water due to weather conditions so a solution that could be installed in a > read more
We have released a new case study about a project in Saudi Arabia. Slope protection and stabilisation was needed as vertical walls were cut for a new tunnel to be built at a hospital. You can read the full case study here.
We’ve released a new Italian case study, where two different grades of CC were used to line a difficult to access ditch at the top of a slope in close proximity to a main road. You can read the full case study here.
Directors Will Crawford and Peter Brewin’s silver medals have been covered by Ingenia: “The founders of Concrete Canvas are two of the most successful young entrepreneurs in the UK today.” You can read the full article here.