Cable Armoring, Foundations, Scour Protection
Cable & Pipe Protection
Armor pipes and cables to protect from scour.
Secure ships, floating piers, pontoons and more.
Our scour protection unit, the Droplock, provides foundation resilience and recreates seabed habitat.
Rugged, adaptable solutions for any offshore application
Protect offshore structures with a solution that's tried and tested for hydrodynamic stability and constructability.
Attract biodiversity with a solution that's been proven to revive offshore seabed habitat and breeding spaces.
Comply with strict environmental regulations, lower your carbon footprint, and potentially eliminate decommissioning.
Bring concrete to life
"The Nature Conservancy believes there is great potential in intentionally designing and constructing materials used in offshore wind energy development in ways that are intended to create habitat for fish and other marine life.”
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Frequently asked questions
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How does ECOncrete store CO₂?
ECOncrete has a 70% lower carbon footprint than traditional concrete when used in combination with slag cement or fly ash. After deployment, organisms like coralline algae grow on the concrete, sequestering CO₂ in their calcium carbonate skeletons. See our impact calculator to learn more.
Can ECOncrete be applied to custom infrastructure designs or solutions?
Whether you’re building a cable armoring or a bridge base, if it’s in the ocean, ECOncrete’s technologies can be applied. Across offshore applications, ECOncrete performs structurally while meeting or exceeding strict environmental regulations.
How does ECOncrete influence local fish biodiversity?
In multiple peer-reviewed studies by award-winning marine biologists, ECOncrete has proven a reduction in the dominance of invasive species, enabling a rich and biodiverse ecosystem to take root. By recreating natural ecosystems, local fish stocks can grow.
What’s the difference between ECOncrete and artificial reefs?
Artificial reefs do not serve a structural purpose, yet are often added to compensate for developments’ environmental impacts. With ECOncrete, builders can create environmental benefits and cost savings with self-mitigating infrastructure.