Pier 57 is a Seattle waterfront location favored by tourists and locals. It was lengthened to construct a 156 ft diameter Ferris wheel which opened in 2012. Helix® Micro Rebar™ reinforcement was incorporated into the project design to fully replace the #6 rebar cages inside 53 piles.
We have designed and deployed over 4.5 million square meters of Helix Micro Rebar™ reinforced concrete with 100% customer satisfaction.— Juan Aguilera VillarrealTecnor
Lower Dosages than Steel Fibers
Third-party testing has proved that Micro Rebar™ requires lower dosages than steel fibers.
Buy America Compliant
No need to apply for waivers to purchase foreign steel. Helix Micro Rebar™ is made in America, eliminating the need for waivers.
Allows for thinner sections and provides more fatigue resistance.
Better, Stronger & Longer Lasting
Approved in more than a dozen states and proven in pavements, bridge deck overlays, tunnel linings, shotcrete and precast bridge elements, Helix Micro Rebar™ has led to better and longer lasting concrete in infrastructure projects for more than 10 years. Micro Rebar™ improves concrete’s flexural strength, allowing for thinner sections and providing more resistance to fatigue.
Pier 57 Ferris Wheel
Bridge Deck Replacement
Since 1967, Phillips Hardy’s mission has been to deliver projects on time and on budget while leveraging their expertise in a quest for innovation to bring value to their customers.
Metro Transit Authority East Side Access Tunnel
The MTA’s East Side Access project, the nation’s largest public transportation project and the first expansion of the Long Island Rail Road in more than 100 years, will connect the rail line via underground tunnels to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan.
Blue Water Energy
The Blue Water Energy Center is a 1,150 MW facility that occupies over 30 acres in East China Township, MI.
CKJV Olefins Facility
The $7 billion Gulf Coast Growth Ventures facility near Gregory, TX is a joint facility between ExxonMobil Chemical and Saudi Basic Industries Corp.