In July 2013, Concrete Canvas GCCM* (CC) was used to line a slope in Collado, Madrid, Spain. Rainwater runoff was infiltrating the slope and risking slip, posing a threat to the nearby trackway. 1000sqm of CC5 were installed in 4 days by 5 people, in high > read more
In March 2013, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to protect a slope located near Camp Tarragona station, Tarragona, Spain. The slope had previously been lined with Trinter, a synthetic geomat, however this had been unsuccessful in preventing erosion and an alternative was sought. In total, > read more
Concrete Canvas Ltd is pleased to announce signing a distribution agreement with Freih Bin Owaidha Al Qahtani Sons; they will have exclusive distribution rights for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. See the Concrete Canvas section of their website here.
In January 2015, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to line a water lagoon bund at an oil field site in Oman. The bund was subject to periodic severe erosion, when the water lagoon would flood and send water cascading down the sides of the > read more
In May 2015, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to protect a slope and remediate a concrete wall located in Porto, Highway A41/IC24, Lanço Freixieiro/Alfena, Portugal. The original sprayed concrete installation had suffered from severe erosion which caused debris to fall onto the road, posing > read more
In May, InnovationRCA marked its tenth anniversary with 1nn0vate, an event celebrating a decade as the Royal College of Art’s centre for enterprise and entrepreneurship: 10 years of helping students and graduates create outstanding companies; 10 years of transforming designers into agents of change; 10 > read more