WE CREATE SHAPES:
standard, custom, and even organic shapes out of various materials to suit your needs.

GFRC - Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) is a cementitious, composite material, cast in thin shell shapes for use in construction consisting of Portland cement, aggregate, water, alkali-­‐resistant glass fibers, polymer and additives. GFRC can be used wherever a light, strong, weather resistant, attractive and fire retardant material is required.

GFRC -Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) is a cementitious, composite material, cast in thin shell shapes for use in construction consisting of Portland cement, aggregate, water, alkali-­‐resistant glass fibers, polymer and additives. GFRC can be used wherever a light, strong, weather resistant, attractive and fire retardant material is required.

LEADING PURVEYOR OF GFRC SINCE 1989.

JOHNSON COUNTY FOAM, INC.

GFRC can be used to create durable and exquisitely detailed ornamental concrete in any shape you can dream of! Johnson County Foam has decades of experience using Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete to its full potential.

LEADING PURVEYOR OF GFRC SINCE 1989.

JOHNSON COUNTY FOAM, INC.

GFRC can be used to create durable and exquisitely detailed ornamental concrete in any shape you can dream of! Johnson County Foam has decades of experience using Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete to its full potential.

THINGS WE MAKE

GFRC can be used as wall panels, window surrounds, spandrels, column covers, soffits, cornices, brackets, quoins, railings, pilasters, copings, domes, etc. Landscape and hardscape uses include site furnishings, planters, bollards, urns, tables, fountains, marine structures, pools, and rock formations. GFRC is used in historical restorations and renovations, for the replication of building ornaments of terracotta, carved stone and even wood. It allows the designer the freedom to design with less restrictions and weight than most other materials. Installation is easier, and there is less of a load imposed on the structure.

THINGS WE MAKE

GFRC can be used as wall panels, window surrounds, spandrels, column covers, soffits, cornices, brackets, quoins, railings, pilasters, copings, domes, etc. Landscape and hardscape uses include site furnishings, planters, bollards, urns, tables, fountains, marine structures, pools, and rock formations. GFRC is used in historical restorations and renovations, for the replication of building ornaments of terracotta, carved stone and even wood. It allows the designer the freedom to design with less restrictions and weight than most other materials. Installation is easier, and there is less of a load imposed on the structure.

Apartment Exterior Trim using GFRC

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