We manufacture innovative structural composite sections using a unique pull-winding process that can be used as a replacement for steel, aluminium, and wood in infrastructure projects or engineering applications. It has significant advantages compared with traditional building materials as it is resistant to corrosion, lightweight yet strong, easy to install and maintain.
The City of Ocala was developing their 60 Acre water recharge park to create a wetland ecosystem, improve water quality, and boost regional groundwater supplies.
The feature of this park was a Wagners designed and manufactured 1500ft boardwalk with 2 viewing platforms. The City used WCFT as their choice of material to provide a long-life asset to the community that was chemically inert and resistant to the UV heavy and corrosive environment.
The project was supplied in kit form and constructed by a local contractor.
In our first New Zealand project, we designed and installed the first ever clip-on pedestrian walkway and cycleway. It was added to the Chesterhope Bridge and made from our innovative Composite Fibre Technology (CFT) product. Located on the outskirts of Hastings City, situated in the lovely Hawke’s Bay region, straddling the Ngaruroro river is the 460m long 2 traffic lane wide, Chesterhope Bridge. The bridge now has the added advantage of a clip-on pedestrian walkway and cycleway providing the community with a safe passage. The connection weighs in at a mere 110kg per linear metre, this meant the walkway was installed using minimal machinery. It also significantly reduced road closure times and traffic for the community. Most importantly though this bridge has a 100 year design life.