Carbon / Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Structural Rehabilitation

Tarpon Contracting has completed a number of Structural Carbon and Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer (“CFRP” and “GFRP”) Rehabilitation Projects, in Water Transition and Storage Structures (reservoirs and storage tanks, treatment plants, large diameter pipes).  Structural Carbon/Glass Fiber Reinforcement is suitable for strengthening structural components (e.g. concrete, brickwork, timber and steel) against flexural and shear loads; due to: increase of loading capacity, changes of building utilization, repair of defects, or meeting changed standards or specifications.  CFRP and/or GFRP are suitable for structural reinforcement in many civil and commercial infrastructure projects, some examples are:

  • Reservoirs
  • Storage Tanks
  • Concrete and Steel Pipes
  • Bridges
  • Over Passes
  • Manholes
  • ParapetsBeams
  • Slabs
  • Walls
  • Columns
  • Floors
  • Decks
  • Vaults

Tarpon’s Team prides itself on: maintaining a clean working environment; protecting elements of each Project not involved in the Construction; working off-hours, if necessary; maintaining compliance with all Construction/Health and Safety regulations, issued by authorities having jurisdiction.  Tarpon has earned a reputation for completing each of its Projects on schedule, within budget, and delivering a superior quality product.

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