Category: Glass Reinforced Concrete

Building a Façade with Glass Reinforced Concrete

Sydney’s historic building housing the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) marks the landing place of the first fleet in 1788. In 2011, the building undertook redevelopment and extensions of the exterior envelope. Rickard Engineering (formally known as RH Consulting Engineers) were the façade-consulting engineers who assisted Watpac in the development process. Company, Precast Concrete manufactured […]

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10 reasons why we love GRC

There are no limitations on the varied textures and features that can be built into GRC. Therefore, you can produce intricate patterns and sweeping curves with ease. GRC is made in a mould, so you can create almost any shape you wish!   Durability – GRC’s ability to withstand the elements (water, fire, storms, impact, […]

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The GRC hype

Used extensively around the world, GRC, or Glass Reinforced Concrete, is a composite material made from a smart blend of constituent materials that, when combined, produce a surprisingly beautiful strong, yet light, finish. Typically combining a mixture of hydraulic cement, alkali resistant glass fibers, silica sand and water, this material has fast become one of […]

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Selective Aquatic Projects

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION Surrey University, Guildford, UK: BSc (Hons 2/1) Civil Engineering and MSc (with Distinction) in Structural Engineering ASSOCIATIONS Fellow of Institution of Engineers Australia Member of Institution of Civil Engineers UK Fellow of Institution of Structural Engineers UK Past Chairman NSW Branch of Institution of Structural Engineers UK Registered Engineer (Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland […]

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