Concrete is invaluable in the construction of bridges and key infrastructure, including roads, wind tower foundations and coastal defences.
Concrete’s inherent durability ensures that the structures it creates are fit-for-purpose for decades to come.
This page provides guidance and information on the benefits of concrete when used for bridges
This page provides information into the benefits of concrete for external hardstanding
This page provides information and guidance on the benefits of concrete when used for highways
This page provides information into the benefits in the use of concrete for marine and coastal purposes
Concrete gravity foundations offer a solution for the majority of soils and water depths around the UK. Where rock is present near the sea-bed, they can prove to be the most viable foundation type.
For onshore wind farms, concrete is already the established material of choice for foundations, either to form gravity structures or pile caps.