Steel Fiber reinforcement is used as an alternative to conventional rebar reinforcement as well as wire mesh. Steel fiber reinforcement will deliver a concrete floor system with less cracking, greater impact resistance and overall increased durability, while saving days in the construction process.

We use the American Concrete Institute Committee’s 544 as our guideline in designing steel fiber concrete slabs in order to meet required building codes. Our supplier will also redesign conventional reinforced concrete slabs to steel fiber reinforced slabs at no additional cost.

For more information on steel fiber reinforcement, contact Bonded Concrete.

Project Examples

Save A Lot warehouse
380,000 sq. ft.
Coxsackie, NY
The use of steel fiber allowed the joint space to be increased to 30 ft. with no cracking.

County Waste transfer station
35,000 sq. ft.
Clifton Park, NY
The use of steel fiber reinforcement created a much greater impact and abrasion resistance floor system.

Ulster County Waste Recovery
Floor repairs and replacement
Kingston, NY
The use of steel fiber reinforcement created a floor system which has out doubled the life cycle of the previous conventionally reinforced slab.

Wire mesh replacement in slab of grade and slabs on decks
The use of steel fiber has eliminated the trip hazards commonly associated with the use of wire mesh.