Councils and Infrastructure

Councils and Infrastructure

FIBERCON are uniquely placed to provide fibre systems, support and engineering design for Councils and Infrastructure Projects.

Both Steel Fibres and Macro Synthetic fibres are used by Councils and  for Infrastructure Applications.

Typically these are what may be called the secondary application. So while fibres may not be used in the Highway or Bridge, they are used in many of the ancillary applications.

  • Steel Fibres
  • Waste Transfer Stations
  • Quarries
  • Heavy Duty Workshop Floors
  • Bins
  • Bridge nosings
  • Bridge transfer slabs
  • Abutment protection/revetments
  • Causeways
  • Mass Footings
  • Seawall footings
  • Roundabouts
  • Bus stops
  • Bored piers
  • Toppings
  • Wedge pits
  • Septic Tanks
  • Kerbing
  • Shotcrete


Macro Synthetic

  • Footpaths
  • Boatramps
  • Cycleways
  • Combined use pathways
  • Traffic island infills
  • Ramps
  • Bus stops
  • Embankments
  • Abutment protection
  • Drains
  • Revetments
  • Flumes
  • Toppings
  • Impact Bollards
  • Precast pits, wingwalls and small products
  • Causeways
  • Roundabouts
  • Kerbing
  • Skate Parks
  • Sludge ponds
  • Septic Tanks
  • Wedge pits
  • Shotcrete


With over 26 years experience in these projects, we are able to recommend and design to you particular requirements.


Save Time & Money With FIBERCON. We will engineer your solution
  • Leader in Steel and Macro Synthetic Fibres
  • Custom fibre designs and packaging available
  • Excellent crack control
  • Superior installation performance
  • Unequaled cost-effectiveness
  • No handling or finishing problems
  • Variety of standard types and sizes available
  • Engineering and design assistance available...

Case Studies

FIBERCON fibres were chosen for Stradbroke Island artificial reef

Magnetic Island Walkway protected against salt corrosion

FIBERCON MP47 was chosen for Gold Coast Light Rail Project

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