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Construction Re-Imagined for the 22nd Century and Beyond Conference

Foresta Infrastructure Introduces Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymer™ at New York Conference

Date and Time: September 8, 2017 – 10 AM to Noon
Location: Time Square Crowne Plaza Hotel, 1605 Broadway, New York, New York
Issue: Foresta Infrastructures’ Prestressed Composite Building Materials and Products

New York, New York – September 7, 2017 – Foresta Infrastructure is introducing its evolutionary prestressed concrete composite building material at a conference on Friday, September 8 at the Time Square Crowne Plaza Hotel in New York City. Developers, builders, architects, general contractors, project managers, government decision makers, city, urban and rural planners and influencers who aspire to gain entry into a groundbreaking, paradigm shift in building protocols and possibilities are invited to attend the conference.

Prestressed-BFRP™ lays the foundation for the next iteration of evolutionary construction projects — whether it is a single housing dwelling or the build out or rehabilitation of an entire community. Prestressed BFRP™ is comprised of 80% natural materials, formulated from the earth’s most plentiful resource, stone. P-BFRP™ produces rebar roughly 3 times stronger than a steel rebar with respect to tension.

* BFRP™ buildings are resistant to natural disasters with protocols in place to prevent climate corrosion and deterioration along with resistance to typhoons, earthquakes and climatic disasters. These buildings are mold resistant and are ideal for concrete structures in severe weather or those that reside near the coastline where salt in the atmosphere corrodes the rebar.

Concurrently, there are companies such as Archispace ®, PRBC Co-Modeco.com and Foresta Infrastuctures™ LLC, that are advancing the creation of patented break though innovations in building materials which will become the backbone of futuristic structures. These advances in building components and materials will enable new and refurbished construction projects to meet both their aesthetic and sustainable goals at a reasonable cost.

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“These are no limits to Foresta’s applications other than their customers’ and clients’ imaginations,” according to Holmes Stoner, Founder of the Pacific Rim Business Council and Co-Founder of Compact Modular Eco Homes (Co-Modeco). “Co-Modeco has the capacity to construct 20,000 made-to-order dwellings, habitats and commercial spaces a month. Our factories are exploring a partnership with Foresta Infrastructure utilizing their Prestressed BFRP for pylon supports, as these habitats and work spaces do not require a foundation.”

According to New York-based Foresta Infrastructure representative, Lowell Lewis, Paladin Sales Group, LLC, “P-BFRP ™ is the next generation of building materials for environmentally-friendly living, institutional structures, commercial spaces and transportation infrastructure. The leading edge Prestressed BFRP ™ and complement of products possess an expansion and contraction coefficient similar to concrete. Because BFRP does not corrode; we can optimize the thickness of the concrete structures; making them smaller while utilizing less concrete, therefore, lowering CO2 emissions in the atmosphere.”

The Company mandate is to advance sustainable, efficient and affordable dwellings, commercials spaces, and local to global living infrastructures. “P-BFRP™ is not your local cement mason’s recipe of sand, water and gravel,” says Jack Rigsby, environmentalist and micro biologist, Foresta Infrastructure. “Prestressed BFRP™ promises to narrow the delta between crafting an advanced architectural vision and the logistical reality of constructing it. Construction projects incorporating Prestressed-BFRP™ are meeting and exceeding the myriad of designers’ demands in order to bring buildings of the future to completion today.”

“Whereas architecture can be likened to the kind of ‘project design’ that went into the making of smart phones; it is the scale and function of the building materials that go into the manifestation of those designs that sets the boundaries of what can and cannot be done realistically” states Sir Jonathan Ive, Chief Design Officer, Apple, who is completing Apple Park, the late Steve Job’s vision for the giant new world campus in Cupertino, California.

“With the weight of BFRP approximately 12% of steel, we are making the shipping and handling of the rebar and structures more efficient and less expensive. As P-BFRP™ does not conduct heat, the product is much easier to work with than steel,” confirms Bill Johnson, Foresta Infrastructure, who consistently ensures that Foresta Infrastructure’s global works and construction projects are completed on time  and on budget.

Dr. Hongxi Yin, National Academy of Engineering, confirms, “Foresta’s stated mission is to improve the future of construction and building now and for centuries to come. For all building professionals there is an application for P-BFRP™. This includes, but is not limited to, the creation of commercial buildings, housing, disaster relief, airports, railroads, roadways, bridges, institutions, hospitals and water barriers.”

* products set a new milestone for use in foundations and add-ons meeting a collective goal to build for affordability and sustainability now and for future generations to come,” according to Daniel Stanford, Creative Director, Stanford Emporium, an early adapter to the Foresta Infrastructure, LLC breakthrough.

About Compact Modular Eco Homes (Co-Modeco) 

Co-Modeco, in association with the Pacific Rim Business Council, is the worldwide marketing and sales representative of compact modular environmentally-friendly homes and commercial spaces. These structures are manufactured in Asia and exported around the world and adhere to the strict building standards in the United States and Canada.

More information is available at www.co-modeco.com.  

About Foresta Infrastructure  

Foresta Infrastuctures™ LLC is advancing the creation of patented break though innovations in building materials which will enable new and refurbished construction projects to meet both their aesthetic and sustainable goals at an affordable cost. Its main product, Prestressed Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymer (P-BFRP™) is comprised of 80% natural materials, formulated from the earth’s most plentiful resource, stone. P-BFRP™ produces rebar roughly 3 times stronger than a steel rebar with respect to tension. Prestressed BFRP™ buildings are resistant to natural disasters with protocols in place to prevent climate corrosion and deterioration along with resistance to typhoons, earthquakes and climatic disasters. These buildings are also mold resistant and are ideal for concrete structures in severe weather or those that reside near the coastline where salt in the atmosphere corrodes the rebar.

For More Information: 

Lowell Lewis 

Paladin Sales Group

[email protected] 

O: 917-547-6993

 

Steven Pan

Paladin Sales Group

[email protected]

O: 347-216-4943

Holmes Stoner
[email protected]
http://pacrimbusiness.com/
O: 310-437-9084

Cristiane Roget
Director of Public Relations
[email protected]
O: 561-419-0303
M: 310-220-9118

Francois Huynh, Founder
AdAvenuegroup.com –
[email protected]

Daniel Stanford
Creative Director  

Stanford Emporium
514-969-6027
[email protected]
http://www.stanfordemporium.com

Media Contact
Company Name: Co-Modeco
Contact Person: Cristiane Roget – Director of Public Relations
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 561-419-0303
City: Los Angeles
State: CA
Country: United States
Website: http://co-modeco.com

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