The times (via raconteur) recently listed us as one of the companies making up ‘Best of British Manufacturing’ You can view the full online article here or the clipping here.
In June 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to line an outfall at the base of Mt Asama in Naganohara-town, Gunma-Prefecture, Japan. The outfall was causing large amounts of soil erosion and the water was penetrating the slope, risking slip. 45sqm of CC5TM were installed by > read more
In July 2014 Concrete Canvas GCCM (CC) was used to line a drainage ditch at the Chayvo OPF Onshore Processing Facility, Sakhalin, Russia. The ditch was located in front of a PLF (Production Living Facility), and there was a risk of erosion undermining the PLF > read more
In August 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to line an extinguishing lake to improve impermeability. The original poured concrete structure had cracked and spalled, resulting in excessive water loss. 900sqm of CC5 were installed by 5 people in 4 days with some inclement weather. The > read more
In December 2014, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to protect a roadside slope that was suffering from weathering erosion, leading to rockfall onto the road. CC was installed as a trial, with shotcrete being installed simultaneously on a different part of the slope, to > read more
In October 2014, Concrete Canvas GCCM (CC) was used as a hard armour capping and erosion prevention method at a refinery site in Washington, USA. Asphalt had been used previously, however had proved ineffective and costly. You can read the full case study here.
In September 2014, Concrete Canvas GCCM* (CC) was used to line a culvert in Earlston, Scotland. The culvert was failing and previous lining/remediation attempts had been unsuccessful. 450sqm of CC5 were installed by 4 people in 4 days in a live water course. The client was > read more