White Deer Contracting – Montgomery, PA

Description When White Deer Contracting needed to construct a new parking lot and driveway combination, they knew they would use FORTA-FERRO macro synthetic fiber. After many successful customer projects, owners were intent on using fiber reinforcement for their personal project. White Deer Contracting needed increased wear resistance and wanted to keep jointing as tight as […]

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Forsyth Building Company Inc. – Anniston, AL

Description Having used FORTA macro synthetic fibers on previous industrial projects, Forsyth Building Company knows the importance of using high-quality materials. That is why the owner specified FORTA-FERRO reinforcement fibers in the newly constructed concrete pavement for their corporate office. This 6-inch thick, 3500 psi area used a fiber dosage of 3.0 lb/cu yd that […]

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Switch-N-Go – Saegertown, PA

Description A Pennsylvania commercial truck alteration company wanted to improve the impact resistance of this newly constructed 8” thick exterior pavement. They choose to replace specified steel with FORTA-FERRO at a rate of 5.0 lb/cu yd. This heavy-duty fiber offers maximum long-term durability, structural enhancements, and effective secondary/temperature crack control. Contractors and Owners were satisfied […]

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St. Sarkis Church – Carrollton, TX

MnDOT specified fibers be used in 11 bridges being done on I-35W and I-94 from downtown to crosstown in Minneapolis, MN. This is a lengthy project which includes installing new non-fiber concrete on a 50-year old freeway, new ramp access from I-35W south to Lake St. and from I-35W north to 28th St.,and building MnPASS lanes near the downtown bus station at Lake St. for better transit service.

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Berkeley Electric Cooperative – Johns Island, SC

Project Description Berkeley Electric Cooperative built a new facility for the Johns Island district in South Carolina to accommodate the rapid growth of the community. Contractors reached out to FORTA for a fiber conversion to replace #4 rebar 12” with FORTA-FERRO at a dosage of 3.0 lb/cu yd for the 5” pavement slab and a […]

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Lexus – Orlando, FL

Description Over 500,000 sq ft of FORTA-FERRO reinforced concrete replaced 6 x 6/ W2.9 x W2.9 wire mesh in the paving and topping slabs for this new automobile dealership. The pavement in the new vehicle parking areas, outside vehicle display areas, driveways, repair shop areas, and car wash areas consisted of 4,000 psi/6” thick concrete […]

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Better Baked Foods – Erie, PA

Project Description The pavement in the truck parking area for Better Baked Foods in Erie, PA was reinforced with FORTA-FERRO macro synthetic fibers. Originally steel wire mesh was specified, but the contractor opted for fibers instead. A fiber dosage of 4.0 lb/cu yd was used in this 700 sq yd job. Using FORTA-FERRO gave the […]

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McMaster-Carr – Aurora, OH

Project Description McMaster-Carr specified fibers for a tear-out and replacement of the external concrete for their distribution center in Aurora, OH. This job included the driveway and parking areas associated with shipping and receiving and general employee access. FORTA-FERRO macro synthetic fibers were chosen and used at a dosage of 5.0 lb/cu yd in this […]

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Wayne Township Landfill – Wayne Township, PA

Project Description The Wayne Township Landfill poured a new high traffic pavement parking lot reinforced with FORTA-FERRO macro synthetic fibers. The fiber dosage of 5.0 lb/cu yd allowed contractors to replace the rebar in this project totaling 300 yds. This sped up the total project time and lowered the end cost. Using FORTA-FERRO fibers will […]

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S&L Spindles – Millersville, PA

Project Description The pavement around S&L Spindles, a wood spindle manufacturing building in Millersville, PA, was replaced and reinforced with FORTA-FERRO macro synthetic fibers. Originally steel was specified for the concrete, but a fiber dosage of 3.0 lb/cu yd was chosen. The fibers were used to speed up the process of pouring the concrete as […]

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