Carbon-Fibre Strengthening

We can strengthen concrete, timber, steel and fibre-reinforced polymer structures.

When it comes to structural strengthening, carbon fibre strips are often the preferred choice over traditional steel plates due to their flexibility, versatility and superior strength-to-mass ratio.

If you’re looking to reinforce and strengthen concrete slabs, columns, beams and other structures as well as enhance structural steel then carbon-fibre strengthening may be an option.

Our qualified team of experts will help you assess your structure and make recommendations on the best and most cost-effective form of repair for your project.

Remedial’s expertise in carbon fibre strengthening extends to:

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