Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC)
What is GRC?
Glass Reinforced Concrete, otherwise known as GRC, is factory-made precast concrete which uses glass fibres as reinforcement, instead of steel reinforcement that is used in conventional precast.
Why use GRC?
GRC is known for its light weight, strength, durability, fire safety, sustainability fast erection times and excellent acoustic properties. It is an incredibly versatile product that can be moulded into any shape, with any pattern or colour.
Where is GRC used?
GRC has been around in Australia for 40 years and has been used in a wide range of applications such as building facades, arches, tunnels, pits, monuments, sound barriers, planters and furniture.
Christian Brothers College
Current GRC Projects:
St Leonards College