Milliken Infrastructure

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920 Miliken Rd.
Spartanburg, SC
29304
855.655.6750

Milliken Infrastructure helps extend the life of the world’s infrastructure. More than just a materials provider, we partner with the industry to deliver a series of concrete and composite repair solutions for civil infrastructure, including roads and bridges. These repair solutions help strengthen, repair, protect and rehabilitate assets. Among these solutions are our Concrete Cloth geosynthetic cementitious composite mat, GeoSpray geopolymer mortar system, and RenewWrap FRP structural strengthening system.  From structurally strengthening members to relining sewer pipes and erosion control, we can help engineer the right solution for the application. To learn more about Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, visit infrastructure.milliken.com.


Products

  • Pipe & Culvert Rehab
    The GeoSpray system is a high-performance fiber-reinforced geopolymer mortar specifically formulated and engineered for rehabilitating pipes, culverts and containment areas. Its fast application...
  • Erosion Control
    Concrete Cloth geosynthetic cementitious composite mat is a flexible cement-impregnated fabric that provides protection where conventional concrete is difficult or impossible to install. It is quick...
  • Pipe & Culvert Rehab
  • Erosion Control

The RenewWrap FRP system is a strong, lightweight and corrosion-resistant material for strengthening or retrofitting transportation infrastructure, leading to lower overall construction costs and travel disruptions. Watch how it works.

Learn how geopolymers deliver a cost-effective alternative to water management infrastructure rehabilitation for roads and bridges, including culvert relining.

Learn how flexible, durable Concrete Cloth can help simplify complex, costly infrastructure challenges such as culvert rehabilitation, ditch lining, erosion control...

The city of Troy, Mich., is located among Metropolitan Detroit’s northern suburbs in Oakland County. It currently maintains a network of more than 350 miles of local, major and county roads under the jurisdiction of its public works department.   The city has a regular inspection program for its...
A concrete paved drainage channel on the Interstate 74 (I-74) right of way in Moline, Ill., collapsed due to years of undermining from soil erosion and scour, which resulted in severe erosion of the entire downstream waterway area. The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) wanted to repair...
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) found corrosion-related deterioration of the pier caps and columns supporting the Butler Road bridge over I-385 in Greenville, S.C., during a routine inspection. The corrosion was caught early enough and was limited to only one column and a...
The aging and decaying state of wastewater systems is a global concern, specifically for large diameter wastewater pipelines. As the pipeline’s diameter grows, so does the price of its rehabilitation. The use of centrifugally cast geopolymer mortars, however, requires little to no excavation and...
United States infrastructure is aging. In its 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) issued a grade of C+ for the condition of the country’s bridges. Of the 614,387 bridges in the country, almost 40% are 50 years or older and about 10% are posted with a load...
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