Concretum rapid-hardening concrete Q-FLASH 2/20 was laid on the Czech Republic’s main airport in Prague at the beginning of November. Two damaged slabs were replaced successfully with bigger areas already in the planning.
Concretum exhibits at the Inter Airport Europe 2017 in Munich, the world’s leading airport exhibition. Representatives of the world’s busiest airports showed a great interest in this new technology that enables runway renovation without air traffic interruptions. Concretum’s fastest concrete provides a durable solution that requires very little maintenance […]
This week busy pavement areas on stands Alpha 10 at Terminal 2 of Paris CDG airport have been reconstructed under ongoing airport services. A highly flexible mobile concrete batching truck has been used to supply rapid hardening concrete just in time.
Concretum attended the 11th annual Airports conference, which gave an insight into upcoming projects on some of the largest airports in Europe. Apart from constructing new airfield surfaces, many surfaces need to be refurbished. The interest in Concretum’s rapid-hardening concrete was subsequently high.
Paris airports use mobile batching trucks. This allows for applications under various conditions regarding schedule and scale. Unseen strength values after just one hour guarantee for successful pours even under tremendous time pressure.
Concretum in London Heathrow: On April 7, 2017 Concretum rapid hardening concrete was laid on Europe’s greatest airport: An important milestone of Concretum’s successful European expansion. Around 30 handpicked guests from the aviation industry were present.
Concretum’s CEO is invited guest at German Aviation Congress. High level networking in Berlin on March 30/31, 2017. Concretum CEO Martin Bäuml attends most important event of the German aviation sector and meets leading members of the industry.
http://www.bdl.aero/de/veranstaltungen/luftfahrtkongress-2017/ (German only)
Concretum proudly presents the Rapid Concrete Day 2017. The event was a full success. We are delighted to have hosted over 80 delegates from more than 20 countries and international airports that account for traffic of more than 700 Mio passengers.
Since 2004, Zurich Airport has been using Concretum’s rapid hardening concrete for their airfield reconstructions. In September of this year, leading Swiss concrete paving contractors IMPLENIA and KIBAG successfully completed paving works on several airfield surfaces, including runway 10/28. And, as always, thanks to Concretum’s unique rapid hardening performance, […]
Concretum’s European expansion hits Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxemburg
Presenting our rapid hardening concrete to the main hubs in Brussels, Amsterdam and Luxemburg reveals great interest and demand.
Concretum is successfully increasing its reach to the hearts of Europe’s aviation industry.