Projects

 

Bridges & Infrastructure

The Canadian government predicts that it will spend $74 billion to repair and maintain concrete bridges and other concrete structures across its country. Recent advances in glass fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP) research for rehabilitating parking garages and bridges are persuading the Canadian government to take a second look at the material to help expand the life of concrete structures. Reinforcing the concrete with GFRP would extend the life of the structure to 100 years or more compared to steel-reinforced concrete, which needs major restoration after 25 years.

Tunnelling

Waste & Waste Water Treatment

Non-Conductive

Marine Application

Parking Garages

Mining

LRTs & Transportation