Topic: Infrastructure

Why GatorBar® and Why Now...Price, Performance & Availability!
Ahmeek, Michigan – Neuvokas Corporation, the manufacturer of GatorBar®, has been transforming industry perceptions and demand for composite rebar utilization for over seven years. GatorBar® is driving use within market segments where steel rebar previously had been the only considered reinforcement...
GatorBar®: ICC Report Issued!
Neuvokas Corp, Ahmeek, Michigan – GatorBar® is proud to announce it has received the composite rebar industry’s first ICC-ES report, ESR-4526, for structural applications! International Code Council ICC-ES evaluation reports certify, in conjunction with independent, international accredited,...
2021 World of Concrete
AHMEEK, Michigan – Neuvokas Corp, a leading composite rebar manufacturer, will not be attending this coming World of Concrete industry trade show rescheduled for June 2021 in Las Vegas, NV. Ken Keranen, Neuvokas COO said, “As much as we enjoy and benefit from participation in World of Concrete, we...
Hannah Sales Company Signs on to Represent GatorBar!
AHMEEK, Michigan – Neuvokas Corp, a leading composite rebar manufacturer, is proud to announce it has engaged Hannah Sales Company, a manufacturer’s representative agency specializing in the construction supply, rental, industrial and safety markets, to represent GatorBar sales in the states of...
THE HALLS RIVER PROJECT: A WIN FOR FRP COMPOSITES IN THE U.S.
Steel reinforced concrete is known to be the most tried and true method of construction. We have tried it for over 100 years and found that one thing remains true: embedded steel will corrode, causing early failure of the concrete around it. Contrary to what you see in the media, the US isn’t very...
100 YEARS OF PRACTICE DOESN’T MAKE PERFECT: TOP 3 REASONS TO CONSIDER FRP REINFORCEMENT OVER STEEL
FRP rebar has been around for decades, but has been used very seldom in comparison to “good ol’ steel” rebar. Lately, advancements in the composites industry are bringing the price point for such materials down, and there has never been a better time to start considering this alternative material...

Bill Heinonen

Ultra Concrete

"We laid it (the GatorBar) out the same as we would steel and then tied it in place once laid out. Tie wire guns worked perfectly. Usually the guys can't keep up to the crew grading, but with this they were standing around waiting for them. I’d say time savings amounted to 4 hours. Our crew really liked the fact that you can carry a large amount with ease.”