The latest news, case studies and articles featuring Concrete Canvas.
The newly constructed culvert installed within the Greatham Beck tidal stream in Hartlepool, UK required additional protection to extend its working life and provide erosion protection.
In August 2017, Concrete Canvas® was used to line a drainage channel at a West London football club’s training ground. The aim was to prevent erosion and silt generation by improving the existing channel, which was prone to blockages and clogging drains nearby. By doing this, pitch and land drainage capacity would also be improved.
The channel in question carries water from an outfall pipe to a silt trap before entering the Jubilee Lake in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, UK.
The original concrete block system was used to line part of the channel. The unlined section had eroded, undermining the system and creating a 3m deep scour hole. Click below to find out more about the project.
Concrete Canvas Ltd took home the Innovation Award at the BizGrowth Awards 2019 on March 8th. The company were also presented with a certificate of high commendation for the Environmental Responsibility Award.
Concrete Canvas has been nominated to take part in the Innovation 100 Construction Wales campaign. Click below to find out more about the initiative and why we've been nominated.
The Underline Bridge Culvert, below the west coast mainline near Southwaite in Cumbria has been lined using Concrete Canvas® to prolong its working life, while providing a remedial solution for any voids and damage created by erosion and vegetation growth.
A bench level dish drain found at the crest of a roadside slope in Lucknow, New South Wales, Australia was lined with Concrete Canvas® (CC) GCCM in July 2018 to prevent rainwater runoff infiltrating the slope, which could lead to slip.
The invert of this culvert in Herne Bay, Kent was corroding as a result of water immersion and sediment flow. Kent County Council approached Steadline (working on behalf of Amey) for a solution which would line the culvert to prevent further damage and extend its working life without reducing capacity or flow, or changing its shape. To see the full case study click here.
Concrete Canvas® GCCM (known as Concrete Cloth™ in the USA) has been featured on Concrete Construction. The article discussed the recent use of Concrete Cloth™ as an alternative to riprap and shotcrete for the stabilisation of foundation jobsites. Take a look at the article in full here.
The SEPCO3 Power Plant site in Sohar, Oman saw the installation of Concrete Canvas® as an erosion protection solution for French drains.
Storm Water Solutions have featured an installation of Concrete Canvas® GCCM in the USA where the material was used to provide protection to a gravel drainage system at the crest of a slope alongside a highway. The works were carried out as part of a scheme to reconstruct the slope and road damage caused by the Mud Creek landslide.
In Summer 2018, Cameron Landscapes & Garden Centre were approached to provide slope protection to the embankment of a large pond used as a golf reservoir on a private property.
In June last year, CC was used to provide a channel and slope lining solution at a compression station in Wallumbilla, Queensland.
The compression station aids the transfer of natural gas via large pipelines. It is unmanned due to its remote location, complicating works.
Following the success of the Cooks Bridge Culvert installation in 2017, West Sussex County Council approached Suttle Projects, along with Balfour Beatty Living Places, and asked them to carry out another CC installation to line three further culverts, this time situated under the A272. Follow the link below to find out more about the installation.
The Construction Review Online has introduced Concrete Canvas Ltd and our products through a feature article about CC's use within the African mining sector. Find the article here.
This seawall in Warblington, Southern England was sprayed with concrete over 10 years ago. Expansion joints hadn't been included and the coating had eroded and become damaged over time, with sections cracking and falling away. Click below to find out more about this project and how CC was used.
Online publication Roads & Bridges has featured a Concrete Cloth™ channel lining project from Illinois, USA.
The project involved the lining of a concrete paved drainage channel on the I-74 in Moline, Illinois, which had collapsed due to years of undermining from soil erosion and scour, which resulted in severe erosion of the entire downstream waterway area. See more about this project here.
The Caltrans (California Department of Transportation) installation carried out in Olivehurst, California using Concrete Canvas® supplied by our official partner, Milliken Infrastructure Solutions.
The aim of the installation was to improve the drainage system at the interchange of highways 65 and 70 in the area.
Find out more about the project and its outcomes here.
CC's weed suppression installation at the Rotterdam World Gateway has been featured in the Railway Gazette. See the article here.