Concrete products that won’t cost the earth.
a force for good
Innovation in the built environment will accelerate the speed of change towards a more sustainable industry, and there’s more to be gained from changing the way we design and build.
the Sensicrete® range
A United Nations report in 2019 estimated that the construction industry is responsible for 38% of all global energy-related CO2 emissions.
We need to reduce the amount of carbon we produce to a level that the planet can deal with – and reduce the overall impact the built environment has on our planet.
We’re developing environmentally friendly products and Portland cement alternatives that reduce the carbon footprint and increase the durability of concrete structures and creates biodiversity.
This contributes to The Environment Agency’s goal to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030, the National Grid’s Net Zero by 2050 goal, and The Environment Act 2021 to deliver at least 10% biodiversity net gain.
Low Carbon Solutions for sustainable construction. Reduce Carbon & Increase Durability – a less is more approach.
Reduce the amount of steel reinforcement, increase the lifespan of structures, and reduce maintenance of concrete structures.
Eco-engineering combines biomimicry with self-healing concrete to create nature inclusive structures and coastal defences.
Ultra-durable concrete structures by combining low-carbon concrete with self-healing additive + additional protection to structural steel in with a corrosion inhibitor.
what our clients say
The bio-enhancing reef blocks you’ve supplied for the Newlyn project offer a viable alternative to carbon intensive and non-sustainable solutions, we are excited to see how your blocks perform in an intertidal, high wave energy setting.
innovation with impact
Create opportunities for a new generation of engineers with sustainability at the heart of design, manufacturing & construction.
Better ecological conditions and increased biodiversity on land and water, making construction less intrusive.
Making every £ spent in the built environment go further with increased lifespan, lower maintenance, and more resilient structures.
Making Britain a global leader in sustainable infrastructure with opportunities for universities to develop their research further.