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.

Concrete Canvas’ Avoca Mines case study has been featured in the Ireland Engineers Journal.

The project is one of the biggest, and possibly the best known of our projects to come out of Ireland. To see the Ireland Engineers Journal’s article about the project, click here.

Every summer, Concrete Canvas takes on a number of undergraduate interns from the University of Cambridge.

Last year, CC gave the exciting opportunity to five students, who took on a variety of projects, and influenced a variety of the company’s processes.

Two of last year’s interns, Tom and Stewart have been featured in a Q&A article in the University’s latest online newsletter. Take a look here.

Earlier this year, co-Directors Will Crawford and Peter Brewin were interviewed for a segment about Concrete Canvas which would be featured on American programme The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation, shown weekly on Saturday mornings on CBS.

The segment was shown on an episode of the programme aired in April, and has recently been released on YouTube for a wider audience. To watch the segment in full, click here.

Following our ‘triple-crown’ win at the South Wales Chamber of Commerce Business Awards earlier in the month, Concrete Canvas has been featured in the Chamber Chat publication. To read the various articles about CC in the magazine, click here.

Concrete Canvas has been featured in an article posted to UK bank NatWest’s blog.

The article discusses the role of R&D for SMEs, with focus on CC. The article also features an interview with our Co-Director, Will Crawford. Take a look here.

Concrete Canvas has been featured in the Western Mail’s Business in Wales section.

The publication, which describes itself as “the national newspaper of Wales”, has shared our latest Awards news with its readers.

Past editions of the publication can be downloaded from their app on Android and Apple tablet devices, however, you can read the article in full here.

Portland-based designer and furniture-maker, Neal Aronowitz has been featured on the Dezeen website for his incredible Concrete Canvas designs.

The artist-designer, originally from Brooklyn, New York, created a stunning, sweeping console table from Concrete Canvas.

The piece, named ‘The Whorl Console’ has received an incredible reception, even winning the 2017 Gray Award for Product Design in the furniture/lighting category.

Read the full article here, and find out more about Neal Aronowitz by visiting his website.

Concrete Canvas has been featured on geosynthetica.com with our remediation installation at the Muck Burn flume in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. To see the publication’s feature in full, click here.

Congratulations to Milliken and Nuna for being recognised by Storm Water Solutions.

The storm water pollution prevention plan management company has recognised the Myra Falls ditch lining project as a Top Project. A fantastic achievement! To find out more click here. Or read Storm Water’s case study for Myra Falls here.