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We’ve been providing architects and engineers with the right material to bring their vision to life for over 25 years now. That’s more than two decades and a half of concrete proof of Ductal®’s strength, durability, adaptability and innovation.

We think these realisations speak volumes of our ability to bring form and function together in perfect harmony. Let’s work together to make your next project stretch the definition of what’s possible – even further.

 

Commodore Barry Bridge

The Commodore Barry Bridge spans over the Delaware River from Chester PA to Bridgeport NJ. Originally constructed in 1969 and named after the Revolutionary War Hero from Philadelphia John Barry. This bridge is a cantilever truss bridge which was commonly built during those times.

 

Apex House

Apex House is part of Grainger’s Seven Sisters Regeneration project located on the corner of Seven Sisters Road and Tottenham High Road in London.163 new residential units across two towers and four townhouses with a mixture of tenures, as well as communal roof terraces, amenity space and a...

 

Delaware Memorial Bridge

In 1951, the Delaware Memorial Bridge was opened to traffic allowing commuters to navigate over the Delaware River on a 3,650 ft (1,112 m) long state-of-the-art suspension bridge. The structure is a twin suspension bridge crossing the Delaware River. This roadway is a major artery which...

 

Arlington Memorial Bridge DC

The Arlington Memorial Bridge is located in Washington DC which carries traffic over the Potomac River. The original structure used masonic decorative features which gives this bridge an iconic look.

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