The website have run a story about Milliken’s licensed use of Concrete Canvas Ltd’s product CC Hydro™ and its growing role within the water infrastructure oil gas and industrial sectors.

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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.

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Concrete Canvas has featured in the July edition of Russian Magazine ‘Exposition Oil & Gas’ Click here to read more.

Concrete Canvas has recently featured on the Internet Journal Berlogos: Concrete Canvas — an innovative concrete highlighting the many uses of CC. View the UCCR post here or read the complete article in English — here.

Artist and designer, Frances Richardson has won the Chiara Williams SOLO Award for 2017.

Her work includes a sculptural piece based at CCHQ in Pontypridd. The sculpture it is one of an ongoing series of objects made on location.

Find out more about the awards on the official website.

CC has featured in Film and Sheet Extrusion Magazine within a review of AMI’s ‘Waterproof Membranes’ conference in which Will Crawford was a guest speaker. Read the complete article here.

Concrete Canvas Ltd has featured on the Welsh Government run Business Wales website providing an insight into building a successful business.

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An interview with Peter Brewin has featured on World Construction Industry Network.

With 11 websites and newsletters covering all the key areas within the construction industry World Construction Industry Network is a leading global construction information resource.

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Concrete Canvas Ltd has featured in the latest edition of Project Scotland Magazine. The article follows up on the Geotex seminars at the Falkirk Wheel and showcases the properties of Concrete Canvas and some of our Scottish projects.

Born in Belfast and based in London Siobhán Hapaska is one of our most innovative and stimulating artists. Her latest show provides the kind of aesthetic jolt one encounters all too rarely in contemporary art the work involves the creative use of concrete canvas. View the whole article here.