Glass Reinforced Concrete

As well as being used in a number of civil and landscaping applications, glass reinforced concrete perfectly suits a number of architectural applications.

Reinforced with alkali resistant fibres, glass reinforced concrete can achieve a strong, yet lightweight, result.

Glass reinforced concrete can be produced with a range of textures and colours, even to the point of replicating existing structures. Panels can be shaped in any form and in any surface texture, as thin as 10mm. They can be manufactured in larger sizes because they are lighter and easier to handle than standard precast elements.

Ideal for use in cladding panels for building facades, mullions, facias, spandrels and sunhoods, glass reinforced concrete is a perfect complement to the many available architectural precast finishes.

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