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Choosing GFRC Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete: Modern Materials for Classic Design

Description: Since ancient times, concrete mixes and carved natural stone have combined to create substance, beauty, and longevity in our architecture. Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) was created to ensure the attributes of concrete and stone continue to be enjoyed but with the efficiency in application that is expected in today’s world of design. This course covers the evolution of GFRC, its applications and how it is custom created, its advantages, and how GFRC compares to other types of architectural concrete

Sponsor: Advanced Architectural Stone

Presented by: Tim Michael, Advanced Architectural Stone

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