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Oct 30 2018
Concrete Cloth GCCM is a cost-effective alternative for protecting invert surface wear and extending the life of culvert applications. Watch this…
The surface was restored prior to installation by removing rocks and smoothing out the area.
The surface was restored prior to installation by removing rocks and smoothing out the area.
Sep 26 2018
In September 2015, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) found that flood flows were causing erosion of the foundation slope near the columns…
Aug 31 2018
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District Three Maintenance Department determined that a drainage system at the interchange of…
Mar 26 2018
Last year, the water works board of the city of Auburn, Ala., funded a project to build a new spillway and weir at Lake Ogletree, the city’s primary…
Dec 21 2017
Kuhio Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, has implemented sand mattresses to combat erosion. City officials are using Kuhio Beach to test the technology and…
Dec 5 2017
In the scenic Myra Falls region of central Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada, a copper and zinc mine needed to rehabilitate a ditch that…
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Oct 1 2017
Manufactured by Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, Concrete Cloth geosynthetic cementitious composite mats (GCCM) can be hung vertically, laid in…
Sep 17 2017
Concrete Cloth geosynthetic cementitious composite mat is a flexible cement-impregnated fabric that provides protection where conventional concrete…
Sep 13 2017
Incorporating naturally vegetated GeoWeb channels to prevent erosion, allow for higher storm water volume and eliminate potential for flooding…
Sep 13 2017
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) embarked on one of the largest and most comprehensive public works projects in American history following…
Jul 31 2017
MacMat R combines double-twist wire mesh technology with geosynthetic MacMat high-performance turf reinforcement mat. The reinforced geomat is made…
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Jun 1 2017
The Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Office of Hydraulic Engineering had interest in utilizing Concrete Cloth in a culvert lining/…
Mar 31 2017
Almost 90,000 sq ft of geosynthetic material have been installed at the Daniel Boone Bridge.  The Daniel Boone Bridge Design-Build Project began with…
Feb 21 2017
Hanes Geo Components of Winston Salem, N.C., has announced that its new location in the St. Louis market. This is the company’s second Missouri…
Feb 20 2017
In September 2014, Concrete Cloth (CC) was used to remediate a drainage ditch at the base of a slope at the Pogo mine in Alaska. The ditch is needed…
Nov 9 2016
GrassProtecta is a thick plastic grass reinforcement mesh that can be installed directly onto existing grass to protect, reinforce and stabilize…
Oct 6 2016
The North Poudre Irrigation Co. in Wellington, Colo., has installed and maintained irrigation water collection and distribution structures for nearly…
Feb 2 2016
Sediment basins have long been the primary means of providing sediment control on larger construction sites and have generally been accepted as…
Aug 31 2015
The global geosynthetics market is expected to reach $27.08 billion by 2022, according to a new study by Grand View Research Inc. Construction…
Jul 30 2015
The city of Chicago’s McCook Reservoir originally was authorized in the Water Resources Development Act of 1999 and is a key component to Chicago’s…
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