Cement-impregnated fabric that hardens when hydrated to form a durable, water-resistant, and fireproof surface
We specialize in the design, supply, and construction of Geosynthetic Systems.
Concrete Canvas is an ideal solution for lining channels, providing a durable and erosion-resistant surface. Whether it’s for irrigation channels, stormwater channels, or drainage channels, Concrete Canvas ensures a reliable lining that can withstand the erosive forces of flowing water.
Erosion Control and Slope Protection
Slopes prone to erosion and instability can be effectively protected using Concrete Canvas. Its flexible yet robust structure adheres closely to the contours of the slope, creating a stable surface that resists erosion caused by rainfall, wind, or other environmental factors.
Concrete Canvas is well-suited for creating outfalls that direct water from one location to another. Whether for stormwater management or other drainage needs, the material forms a sturdy outfall structure that withstands the forces of flowing water.
For containment areas such as industrial bunds or secondary containment structures, Concrete Canvas offers an impermeable and chemically resistant lining. This is crucial for preventing the leakage of hazardous materials into the environment.
Culverts play a critical role in managing water flow beneath roads and other structures. Concrete Canvas provides a reliable solution for lining culverts by enhancing their durability and preventing erosion within the culvert structure
Why use Concrete Canvas?
There are so many reasons why Concrete Canvas should be your go-to solution in your search for geosynthetic needs:
Speed of Installation
Traditional construction methods can be time-consuming, but Concrete Canvas changes the game. With its rapid hydration and setting process, you can achieve in days what used to take weeks.
Easy to Use
Simplicity meets innovation with Concrete Canvas. The material comes in a roll, eliminating the need for specialized equipment. The straightforward installation process requires minimal training.
Lower Project Costs
Concrete Canvas contributes to significant cost savings throughout the project lifecycle. The combination of rapid installation and ease of use directly translates into reduced labor costs.
Concrete Canvas has lower energy consumption and minimal use of heavy machinery which can contribute to carbon emissions. Also, the material itself is durable, contributing to the longevity of structures and reducing the need for frequent replacements.
Design and Construction Services
Impermeable synthetic membranes used for containment. These geosynthetics are made from materials such as high-density polyethylene, polypropylene, or polyvinyl chloride. This type of geosynthetics is mostly used for landfill lining, pond lining and water reservoirs.
A high-performance stone filled net providing permanent, flexible and ecologically sensitive protection against scouring and soil erosion within waterbodies and landscaping projects.
Fabrics manufactured from synthetic fibers such as polyester. These fabrics are made to be permeable in order to provide filtration, separation, reinforcement and drainage in various soil profiles.
Specialized drainage systems that integrate geotextile and drainage core materials into a single product. These drains are engineered to effectively extract excess water or fluids from the soil or structure, ensuring efficient drainage and preventing potential damage caused by water accumulation.
Geogrids are typically made from polymers such as polypropylene or polyester and are available in various forms, including grid-like structures with openings. Its primary purpose in construction is to enhance the stability and strength of soil or other materials by providing reinforcement.
Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mats
Synthetic fibers that are mechanically bonded to a thin layer of cementitious material, resulting in a flexible, durable, and thin concrete layer. These mats can be used in both new and rehabilitation construction projects. They provide solutions for erosion control, slope stabilization, channel lining and protection, and infrastructure repair among others.