Very professional and technically competent job from the whole team.
Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) is a combination of specially developed Alkali Resistant (AR) glass fibers and cement sand mortar. The resultant composite is a concrete-like material combining the compressive properties of cement mortars with the valuable flexural and tensile strength of the glass fibers. It is in many ways similar to concrete but its higher cement content and lower permeability make it more resistant to moisture penetration, atmospheric attack or sand erosion. The high cement and low aggregate content also result in higher moisture movement than concrete, although thermal movement is similar. GRC was originally pioneered by the UK Building Research Establishment in the early 1970s. this environment-friendly composite using natural raw material is transformed into a great variety of products. Due to its flexibility to meet performance, appearance and cost parameters, GRC products are popular among designers, architects, engineers and end users. At GSF Construction, we offer our clients with a variety of choices to select from in terms of GRC color and texture required for projects.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Good regards for safety, completed additional works regarding decoration, clean up after works completed to a very high standard.
For well over ten years I have had the opportunity to work with GSF Construction on projects from modernizations to complex alteration and new construction involving phasing, difficult site conditions and tight time frames. In all cases GSF Construction exceeded my expectations and did so in ways that ensured the school’s schedule and budget goals were met…Once selected (unanimously) by the selection committee, GSF Construction set out to help us with the constructability review and cost estimating. With concern over the rising cost of steel and energy, and its impact on budget, GSF collaborated with the district and design team on cost savings including multiple subcontractors bidding to ensure the budget was met.