Caldwell Bridge – Newnan, GA

Description What happens when a creek blocks the path to a new homesite? Caldwell Concrete constructed a precast bridge on site. This bridge had to hold up to thousands of yards worth of loaded concrete trucks passing over during construction of the home. Concrete delivered over this bridge was used for the poured walls, slab […]

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International Heavy Machinery Co. – Walton, KY

Description FORTA-FERRO reinforcement fibers were specified at 8 lb/cu yd in this new exterior parking lot in Walton, Kentucky. The owner is very familiar with the reinforcement capabilities of FORTA-FERRO and wanted an added level of toughness, and increased impact and abrasion resistance. Adding FORTA’s macro synthetic fiber saved time and money in this 10-inch […]

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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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Building Supply Company – Houston, TX

Description This large, national building supply company chose TCPavements, reinforced with FORTA-FERRO, for the construction of their new 2.7 Million square foot industrial distribution center in Houston, Texas. The owners chose to use this TCPavement system due to its sustainability, reduced cost, and increased service life. This project used 5.5” thick concrete, reinforced with 4.0 […]

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Ameriport Business Park – Baytown, TX

Description A Thin Concrete Pavement (TCP) design was used for the new Ameriport Business Park in Baytown, TX. This optimized pavement design, with 15+ years of proven performance in the South American market, was introduced to the US & Canadian markets in 2017. It provided National Property Holdings with a heavy-duty concrete pavement that was […]

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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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Prologis – Lockport, IL

Description FORTA, in collaboration with PNA Construction Technologies, now offers advanced concrete engineering for industrial pavements. Utilizing proven proprietary tools and technologies that optimize pavement designs, FORTA-FERRO reinforced Thin Concrete Pavement (TCP) reduces construction and maintenance costs while maximizing performance and service life. This newly constructed parking lot in Lockport, Illinois specified the Thin Concrete […]

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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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Private Jet Hangar – Atlanta, GA

Dye Aviation, the architect of this newly constructed private jet hangar at Fulton County Airport, specified a FORTA-FERRO macro-synthetic fiber dosage of 7.5 lb/cu yd as the reinforcement for the hangar slab.

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