GRC in Architecture

GRC offers architects and engineers a material from which the most ambitious projects can be created. It has unrivalled flexibility in design and can be moulded to form modern futuristic designs or to replicate traditional historic features.

  • Cladding
  • Features and Mouldings
  • Landscaping

GRC in Building

Builders worldwide are appreciating the increase in speed of construction that GRC provides due to lighter weight building components. Even small additions of Alkali Resistant Glass Fibres can help to control cracking and improve durability.

  • Roofing
  • Walls and Windows
  • Renovation
  • Foundations and Floors
  • Modular Building

GRC in Engineering

The properties of GRC can be engineered to suit all engineering applications from the high short-term strength required in permanent formwork to the low weight and durability needed for utility and drainage.

  • Permanent Formwork
  • Utilities
  • Acoustics
  • Bridges and Tunnels
  • Water and Drainage

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