11 NOVEMBER 2019

In April 2018 a Polish court granted a preliminary injunction against Eurobent Sp.zo.o – the manufacturer of Tiltex™ (a cement/sand filled GCL product marketed as a GCCM*) – to refrain from infringement of Concrete Canvas Technology Ltd.’s patent PL/EP 2027319. The preliminary injunction has been final and binding since June 2018.

The court has again ruled** that the preliminary injunction is upheld and Eurobent Sp.z o.o. must not infringe Concrete Canvas Technology Ltd.’s patent PL/EP 2027319.

The fine for non-compliance remains amongst the highest on record set by a Polish court for a case of this type.

Concrete Canvas Ltd. wish to reiterate that they will seek to enforce their intellectual property rights where they have grounds to believe that they are being infringed by a manufacturer, distributor or otherwise.




Concrete Canvas Ltd. was incorporated in the UK in 2005, it manufactures three award winning products, Concrete Canvas®, Concrete Canvas Shelters™ and CC Hydro™. These products were developed to exploit a unique material technology invented by Peter Brewin (MEng) and Will Crawford (MEng) whilst studying Industrial Design Engineering at Imperial College and the Royal College of Art in London.

Concrete Canvas Ltd’s core material technology enables the supply of unique construction solutions that are extremely fast, easy to install and environmentally friendly. The company prides itself on innovation, quality and responsiveness to our customers’ needs.

The primary markets for Concrete Canvas Ltd are in the civil infrastructure (road and rail), mining and petrochemical sectors where CC is used for erosion control applications such as channel lining, slope protection and bund lining. The company has grown rapidly since 2005 and has sold its products to over 80 countries around the world.


*Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat

** This decision may be appealed


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Concrete Canvas has been named one of the 50 most exciting companies in Wales by Wales Business Insider.

Earlier this year, the publication started a search for Wales’ 50 most exciting companies, and Concrete Canvas made the list!

The feature looks at 50 “innovative, fast-moving companies that are setting the pace for their industries in the UK and further afield”.

Take a look at why Concrete Canvas was on the list.

We are thrilled to announce that Concrete Canvas Ltd has been named a winner of this year’s prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.

The Awards are given to UK businesses for their contribution to International Trade, Innovation, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity.

This year, Concrete Canvas Ltd has been named as a winner of the International Trade Award, awarded by Her Majesty the Queen to mark her 93rd birthday.

This is the second Queen’s Award for Concrete Canvas Ltd. following the company’s win for the Queen’s Award for Innovation in Enterprise in 2014.

See more on the UK Government website and the official London Gazette announcement document, which lists all 201 Queen’s Award winners for 2019.

Left to Right:
Back Row: Alice (year-in-industry Engineering student); Kerstin (R&D Engineer); Garry (Marketing Manager); Will (Director); Lisa (Admin Assistant); Lee (Technical Manager); Gurd (Production Manager).
Front: Charlie (R&D Engineer); Vlad (Internal Technical Sales).

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.

Wales Online has named Concrete Canvas as one of its top 35 Tech companies for 2018.

The online publication has recognised companies that provide a “snapshot highlighting that Wales has much to be proud of in terms of innovative firms”.

The list ranks the companies alphabetically. Take a look here.

In October 2017, Concrete Canvas® GCCM* (CC) was used to line a channel at the side of the Three Arch Bridge which runs over the rail line in Sherborne, Somerset. The purpose of the channel was to divert surface water runoff from farmers fields away from an embankment that had previously slipped due to saturation.

The works were carried out by Suttle Projects on behalf of Osborne, for Network Rail, with input and Consultation provided by from Arcadis, who specified CC as a robust channel lining solution that would require minimal future maintenance.

The project was carried out in two stages to suit the site programme – this project was carried out alongside a larger project which was required to reinstate an embankment which failed during a storm event.

Read the full case study here, to find out how the project was carried out, and what the Director of contractor Suttles thought of the product.