About GFRC

The benefits of using glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) are its strength, flexibility, lightweight and durability.

GFRC can have flexural strength results as high as 4000 psi; the strength to weight ratio is very high.

The basic fact of how GFRC is applied to a mold makes the sizes and shapes endless for architects.

Weighing up to 80% less than traditional architectural precast, GFRC results in having the shipping cost reduced.

GFRC can have many different mix designs to reproduce the finish of natural stone, terra cotta, limestone, granite, and architectural precast.

Watch the videos below to learn more about our processes and capabilities.