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.
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.
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.
CC’s weed suppression installation at the Rotterdam World Gateway has been featured in the Railway Gazette. See the article 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.
Water & Wastes Digest has featured a Milliken-installed CC culvert, along with a step-by-step guide for the installation process, including helpful tips on how to determine layup and ensuring successful hydration. See the article here.
Take a look at the latest article published on Geosynthetica, which looks into the use of Concrete Canvas (CC) GCCMs in the protection of steep slopes. You can read it here.
Our 2nd Phase installation at Fosse Way, Sherston, UK has been featured in Rail Technology Magazine.
The article looks at the benefits of using CC8™ for Phase 2 of the project, which was part of the Great Western electrification project. To see the article, click here.