The GRIP Metal™ concrete rings are an economical method to set concrete which has the benefit of being reinforced by Steel.
Module floor tile system. The initial steel panel is laid out in strips for installation, GRIP Metal-Veneer tiles are then laid on top, tapped and rolled into place so that the under-layer hooks fully penetrate into the tile.
GRIP Metal™ Bridge utilizes our Hook Technology with Wood Veneer in multiple layered composite as the base material. Alternating these sheets to build a thick foundation for the bridge base which can then be curved into an arch allowing the bridge to cover a gap while sustaining a load.
GRIP Metal Ballistic Panel is a panel consisting of two GRIP Metal plates that are sandwiched with a phenolic core. This panel stops rounds fired from a handgun.
GRIP Metal™ has joined a global team to erect a forty-foot structure in Giardini Marinaressa in Venice, titled “Facing Gaia” designed by Studio Libeskind at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.
A unique compound of recycled rubber specifically made to be fire resistant, insulating, and long lasting is at the core of our cladding panels.
Tiny homes are gaining popularity with the current generation of house buyers, and for good reason. When constructed properly, these small homes offer the best value and most environmentally sustainable living options available. They are affordable, efficient, functional and comfortable too.
The upkeep and maintenance infrastructure is a multi-billion dollar project that federal and local governments around the world face at all times. Keeping up with the demands of our ever-changing world costs money and time, which is why the need to innovate is becoming more and more pressing.
Toronto architectural firm, Farrow Partners has proposed a bold solution of “living bridges,” based on bridges like the Rialto in Venice and the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, combining infrastructure with human-scale, walkable, mixed-use urban assets.
GRIP Metal™ partnered with Fig40, a Toronto industrial design firm, to develop a collection of furniture pieces, based on the “NU” manufacturing methodology. The Fig40 14-foot Composite Concrete Bench boasts a unique design – its hollow composite structure casts Ductal (a high-performance concrete) around a steel box of GRIP Metal™.