Using Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymers in buildings can improve a structure’s load-bearing capacity by up to 20%.

Fibres are so light that their weight has little impact on the overall strength of the composite, which means adding extra layers of fibres or thickening agents is unnecessary.

In addition, this material offers resistance against corrosion and fire at higher temperatures than steel – making it perfect for use in high-use areas such as airports.