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.

Concrete Canvas Ltd. continues growing. The company introduced its CC Hydro™ product to the wider international geosynthetics and geotechnical community last month at EuroGeo 6 the 6th European Conference on Geosynthetics. This follows a year in which the company’s unique barrier solutions were sold into 50+ countries and drew considerable attention from the petrochemical industry. View the full article here.

When EuroGeo 6 opens in Ljubljana Slovenia this month Concrete Canvas Ltd will showcase its new barrier material: CC Hydro™. The product features a chemically resistant geomembrane backing. View the article here.

Proceed with Caution: Concrete Cloth GCCM Provides Erosion Protection at Nuclear Power Plant. View the full article here.

First Minister Carwyn Jones says Brexit means it’s now time to sell Wales to the world. He wants Wales to remain in the single market and said Wales needs to ‘reassert our confidence…and do it now.’ Megan Boot reports. View the video here.

It has been two months since UK has voted to leave the European Union. The immediate impact has been felt in the country’s currency with the value of the pound falling against the dollar and euro. Charlotte Dubenskij reports on how businesses are coping with the effects of Brexit. View the video here.

Concrete Canvas has won a major contract to supply its Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) for one of Australia’s largest resource projects: the Wheatstone liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Western Australia. Worth more than US$1M the contract supplies more than 32000 m2 of Concrete Canvas® GCCM (CC) for a range of erosion control measures. View the whole article here.

In October 2015 a Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) was used to line a series of ditches along a railway in Liberdade Minas Gerais Brazil. The site was characterized by severe access issues. Several of the ditches were cut into steep slopes on either side of the railway. Poured concrete was considered for the installation; however this would have required lengthy line closures and complex costly logistics. View the whole article here.

Tank Storage magazine have published a two page article about the properties of Concrete Canvas and some of the applications where CC has been used in the petrochemical industry. Read the full article here.

The times (via raconteur) recently listed us as one of the companies making up ‘Best of British Manufacturing’ You can view the full online article here.