Mateenbar™ is a high performance glass-ﬁbre reinforced polymer (GFRP) rebar. It is the proven solution to corrosion, replacing steel rebar for concrete reinforcement.
Grand Paris Express and Line 15 South, Paris, France
Tunnel boring machines (TBM) move quicker through GFRP rebar than steel rebar. With GFRP rebar, there is no risk of damage to the TBM which often leads to costly construction delays.Read more
Post-earthquake State Highway 1 seawall, Kaikoura, New Zealand.
To accelerate the speed of repair, pre-cast concrete blocks were used. To address the durability problems in a coastal environment, the blocks were reinforced with Mateenbar™Read more
Yas Island Formula 1 Circuit, Abu Dhabi
The non-electromagnetic and non-conductive properties of Mateenbar™ ensures no interference to sensitive precision timing equipment at the F1 circuit.Read more
Concrete Replacement Slab at Potash Plant, Safi, Jordan
Prolonged exposure to the processes used to make potash cause the early onset of concrete cancer. Using GFRP rebar instead of steel in this extreme environment has extended the lifespan of the structure.See all projects
Deck repair of cantilever bridge, Old Youngs Bridge, Oregon, USA
Mateenbar™ was used in the bridge deck as part of a bridge rehabilitation plan to reduce maintenance and avoid concrete spalling.See all projects
Saudi Aramco inaugurates IKK Mateenbar, the Kingdom's first GFRP Rebar Production Facility8 September 2021
Saudi Aramco’s Senior Vice President of Technical Services, Ahmad Al-Sa’adi, recently inaugurated the first fiberglass rebar facility in Saudi Arabia, IKK Mateenbar.
Why composite rebar is the future of lasting infrastructure30 July 2020
As the demand for sustainable infrastructure increases, a renewed look at whole-of-life cycle savings and the ongoing cost of corrosion, is challenging engineers to look beyond conventional construction materials.