Fiber Reinforced Concrete

River’s Edge Concrete Fiber Reinforcement Matrix delivers integrally mixed micro synthetic, macro synthetic and steel fibers in your ready-mixed concrete.

What These Do

Benefits Include

  • Faster construction times through reduced labor
  • Lower construction costs 
  • Safer project site
  • Reduced plastic shrinkage cracks
  • Elimination of welded-wire mesh and conventional reinforcing bars used for temperature and shrinkage reinforcement
  • Increase in toughness, abrasion and impact resistance

Concrete Fiber Reinforcement

Whether you’re trying to reduce the occurrence of plastic shrinkage cracking or looking to eliminate typical temperature and shrinkage reinforcement, fiber offers versatility to improve the interior and exterior slabs on ground.

This system of synthetic and steel fibers have been selected to offer superior performance when it comes to replacing welded-wire mesh fabric and reinforcing bars for temperature and shrinkage crack control.

Fiber-reinforced concrete can be used to improve everything from driveways, patios and sidewalks to commercial parking lots and interior slabs.

Our team of engineers offers fiber conversions to replace reinforcing steel with synthetic or steel fibers.

  • F-AC-60
  • Mac Matrix
  • Macro 330
  • Steel Fibers

Fibrillated Micro Synthetic Fibers

  • Reduces plastic-shrinkage cracking/width
  • Replaces Welded-Wire Mesh Reinforcement

Macro Synthetic Macro Matrix

Temperature and Shrinkage Reinforcement Replacement

Macro Synthetic

• Reduced crack width
• Flexural toughness/impact resistance
• Reduces carbon footprint to conventional steel reinforcement
• Secondary reinforcement

Steel Helix Fibers

• Concrete ductility
• Tensile strength
• Modulus of rupture
• Durability in slabs
• Reinforcement in walls, slabs and footings

Tools and Resourses

Concrete Calculators

Our concrete calculator estimates the volume and weight of concrete necessary to cover a given area. Purchasing slightly more concrete than the estimated result can reduce the probability of having insufficient concrete.