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Concrete Canvas™

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Concrete Canvas is part of a class of construction materials called Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mats (GCCMs).  It is a flexible, concrete impregnated fabric that harden on hydration to form a thin, durable, waterproof and fire-resistant concrete layer.  It is used in concrete channel lining, slope protection, bund lining, remediation of existing concrete structures, and culvert lining.

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Case Studies - Erosion Control

  • Saudi Arabia Hospital
  • New Zealand Karapiro Gully
  • Mt Asama, Japan
  • Brazil Municiple
  • Hachioji (Tokyo), Japan

    CC5 was used to protect a slope at risk of slip due to weathering erosion.

Case Studies - Hydraulic Construction

  • Thames New Zealand
  • Porirua New-Zealand
  • Canada Vancouver Pogo Gold Mine
  • Brazil Para Vale
  • Pisa Tuscany Italy
  • Italy Colleferro Landfill
  • France Brignoles
  • A66 UK
  • Swaziland
  • Sakhalin, Russia
  • Sakhalin, Russia
  • Minas Gerais, Brazil

    CC8 was used to line a series of canals along a railway.

  • Southampton rail, UK

    CC8 was used to line outfall drainage canals on a railway batter and direct water into the existing ditches at the toe of the embankment.

  • Bexhill to Hastings link Road, UK

    CC13 used to line a drainage ditch to prevent erosion.

  • Ebbw Vale, UK

    CC13 used to line a series of drainage canals at a landfill site in South Wales.

  • Glyncorrwg, UK

    CC8 used to provide scour protection to a series of mine water drainage channels in South Wales.

  • Bedwas Colliery, UK

    CC13 used to provide scour protection to a series of spoil tip drainage channels at a former colliery site in South Wales.

  • Buzy, France

    CC8 was used to line an earth canal on a slope next to a railway line.

  • Mirny Airport, Russia

    CC13 was used to create better water management system.

  • Mooi River, South Africa

    CC5 was used to remediate a failing irrigation canal in KZN.

  • Provincia de Loja, Ecuador

    CC5 was used to remediate an failing irrigation channel.

  • Spence mine site, Chile

    CC8 used to collect water contaminated with sulphuric acid and direct it towards holding pits for later treatment.

  • Lagoon lining at Minas Gerais, Brazil

    CC13 was used to line drainage canals and a drainage lagoon constructed to decant alkaline mine water.

  • Almina Mine, Portugal

    CC5 was used to line a lagoon constructed to collect contaminated water from the nearby mining activity.

  • Watervalboven Culvert Repair
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