Watsontown Trucking – Milton, PA

Description Watsontown Trucking replaced specified wire mesh in the slab-on-ground for this new warehouse construction. FORTA-FERRO macro synthetic fibers were utilized in place of steel reinforcements, for better impact resistance and increased crack control. In addition to those benefits, using reinforcement fibers allowed contractors to keep this project on time by avoiding lengthy wait-times for […]

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Energy Drink Factory – Phoenix, AZ

Description Lagerhaus in Phoenix, Arizona specified FORTA-FERRO reinforcement fibers at a dosage of 7.5 lb/cu yd in this slab-on-ground application. Replacing the need for traditional steel reinforcement was crucial in this new construction. An extended joint system was implemented to meet the automated racking system’s requirements. Contractor, Suntec believes in FORTA products and were pleased […]

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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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Private Terminal & Hangar – El Paso, TX

Description Dominating the DYE | NBA Aviation design of a private jet terminal and hangar for fixed-base operator, Million Air, is a large steel superstructure. Located in El Paso, the 9,843 sq ft executive terminal and 23,383 sq ft hangar provide a new level of luxury for highflyers. At the heart of this superstructure is […]

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Penn State Health Lancaster Medical Center – Lancaster, PA

Description To save both time and money, fibers were selected to replace specified wire mesh in this new multi-story healthcare facility in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; in particular to avoid the crane time necessary to lift the wire mesh into place. Contractors initially chose a competitor fiber but were unable to achieve an acceptable finish on the […]

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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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Clarion Q-Care – Clarion , PA

Description This newly constructed micro-hospital replaced specified steel with FORTA-FERRO macro synthetic fibers. Replacing the 6×6-W2.1xW2.1 welded wire mesh in both the 4″ slab-on-ground and the 5.5″ composite metal deck, reduced construction time and labor costs for the contractor. Contractors were very pleased with the steel-troweled finish as this was their first time using reinforcement […]

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Fulfillment Center – Stone Mountain, GA

Description FORTA-FERRO macro-synthetic fibers were specified in this slab-on-metal deck new construction. This 640,000 sq ft robotic distribution center holds the distinction of being the first of its kind in the state of Georgia. This center allows for approximately 3 million sq ft of fulfillment space. The use of FORTA-FERRO reinforcement fibers provides enhanced crack […]

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Ameriport Business Park – Baytown, TX

Description An OptiPave Pavement Design provides a heavy-duty concrete pavement that was significantly more cost effective than the pavement system they had been traditionally been using, it will also provide them with a longer lasting, light reflective, and more durable pavement, requiring less maintenance. Key Points Minimizing Curl & Stresses Reducing Slab Thickness Eliminating Dowels […]

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Federal Courthouse – Harrisburg, PA

Description FORTA-FERRO macro-synthetic fibers replaced specified steel in this Federal Courthouse new construction build. This multi-story slab-on-metal deck project used 5.0 lb/cu yd of reinforcement fibers for added durability. This allowed the contractor to save time and money while reducing the expense and risk of using steel reinforcement. Key Points Save Time Save Money Increase […]

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