Erosion Control Applications and Site Solutions
Flexamat® tied concrete block mats are designed to control erosion as well as provide stable driving/walking surfaces. Flexamat® provides an innovative, cost-effective solution on sites throughout the world. More uses for Flexamat® are still being discovered. Contact us today to discuss your project.
Our extensive network of local experts will support every aspect of your project, from regulatory guidance, engineering calculations, site-specific drawings, cost estimates, onsite installation support, and post-construction monitoring.
Airport Erosion Control
Flexamat meets FAA height restrictions and requirements for use in obstacle free areas adjacent to runways, taxiways and ramps.
Department of Transportation
Improve roadside safety by controlling erosion with Flexamat®. Utilized on new highway construction and by maintenance departments for repairs. Highway mowing crews can safely mow over Flexamat®.
Flexamat® provides a stable driving surface for access roads, low water crossings, and parking areas. The coarse texture of the blocks provide traction when driving or walking across.
Energy Site Solutions
Erosion control for substations, drill sites, and pipelines. Drivable surface for utilities, wind and solar farm access roads. Shoreline armor for wastewater lagoons.
Protect letdowns, perimeter ditches and spillways with Flexamat®. Flexamat® can be driven over with vehicles and equipment. It offers a flexible, vegetated solution.
River and Streambanks
Stabilize river and streambanks while maintaining their natural environment. Riparian vegetation thrives within Flexamat®. The low profile of the blocks prevents debris from catching the tied concrete block mats.
Permanently control erosion at storm water outlets, drainage ditches and detention/retention areas with a vegetated solution that is locked in place. Flexamat enables safe maintenance of these areas.
Flexamat® stops erosion caused by waves, ice, burrowing muskrat/nutria and other aquatic species. Permanently armor shorelines against erosion while aesthetically conforming to the landscape.