Concrete Canvas has won a major contract to supply its Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) for one of Australia’s largest resource projects: the Wheatstone liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Western Australia. Worth more than US$1M, the contract supplies more than 32,000 m2 of Concrete Canvas® GCCM (CC) for a > read more
JN Bentley recognise cost, time and labour savings of Concrete Canvas in their monthly ‘Moneys Matters’ publication. You can read the article here.
CC Wide Rolls significantly increase the speed of installation by reducing the number of joints required on site or negating the need for joints entirely. The prefabricated rolls use a seaming process that creates a flush butt joint between layers which has the benefit of > read more
A new sculptural piece has been created by Frances Richardson for Concrete Canvas HQ. performed object: fig.090616, is one of an ongoing series of objects made on location. Responding to architecture, function and movement, the work is primarily concerned with the physicality of form and it’s effects > read more
In October 2015, a Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) was used to line a series of ditches along a railway in Liberdade, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The site was characterized by severe access issues. Several of the ditches were cut into steep slopes on either side > read more
A group of Dutch Students have successfully built, tested and raced a canoe made out of CC Hydro. You can see pictures of the canoe here, the team at the race here, and find out more information about the race here.