In April 2016, Concrete Canvas GCCM* (CC) was used to protect a slope along the shoreline in Sasebo City in the Prefecture of Nagasaki, Japan. The area was beginning to become overgrown with weeds and was eroding in places. Approximately 40m² of CC5™ were installed > read more
Concrete Canvas has been featured in a case study blog post by Nuna Innovations Inc., a distributor of CC based in British Colombia, Canada. Nuna Innovations Inc. (NII) is a member of the Nuna Group of Companies, and became a distributer of CC through our > read more
Construct Connect’s Daily Commercial News, a Canadian construction-focused publication, has run a feature on Concrete Canvas’ partnership with Nuna Innovations Inc. and the latter’s recent successes with CC in British Colombia and some of their biggest clients. Find out more and read the story here.
Concrete Canvas has featured in a post on HomeKlondike, a website dedicated to home and design enthusiasts which presents “a mixture of carefully edited selection of the best home furnishings, interior designs and Decorating Ideas, architecture and all kind of news from the design world”. > read more
A report recently published by CC, researched and written by Vladimir Mironov, has found that Concrete Canvas (CC) has half the Carbon Footprint of conventional concrete. The study included comparisons of the Embodied Carbon levels of a CC lined channel with a conventional concrete channel, > read more
In April 2017, CC Hydro was used to remediate a concrete diesel bund at Gazeley, UK. This particular diesel bund along with a disused Surge Vessel were identified as a test area to trial innovative materials as the site sits within the wider area of > read more
In February 2017, Concrete Canvas (CC) Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) was used to provide scour and erosion control beneath an outfall near a housing development at Tattenhoe, Milton Keynes. 20sqm of CC8 were installed in 1 hour and 15 minutes by 3 people, from > read more
In January 2015, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used as a Slope Protection solution at Dasmarinas, Cavite, Philippines. The main objective was to replace an existing damaged concrete lining. Initially the client wanted to replace the damaged concrete lining with a reinforced concrete wall. View > read more