Soon as our country’s battle with Coronavirus is won, another will start, which is rebuilding and repairing America’s infrastructure, its bridges, tunnels, buildings and highways . . . all rusting away.
This time, however, it will need an infrastructure that will last. Fortunately today there’s a vaccine for infrastructure called BasaFlex, manufactured by Pompano Beach, Florida Company, Basanite Industries, LLC.
BasaFlex will be akin to an industrial vaccine in form of an enhanced Basalt Rebar that only Basanite Industries provides, which adds intrinsic value in concrete structures and is a noncorrosive alternative to conventional steel reinforcement.
Yes, another victim of this pandemic we seldom talk about is our country’s infrastructure!
When we finally move on from the pandemic, we’re going to have to find creative solutions to fix our nation’s decaying infrastructure as it continues to fall further behind the state of being in good repair.
One way to fix more permanently, do repairs that will last, build structures that will endure and stay healthier longer is to use new non-corrosive, enhanced Basalt rebar such as that developed by Basanite.
Now that the pandemic has pushed U.S. infrastructure finance into shaky territory it’s putting pressure on finding creative solutions, better materials to fix America’s stressed, sagging and suffering infrastructure.
Looking beyond the pandemic when America begins rebuilding an infrastructure dangerously weakened by rusting rebar, Basanite recently awarded a $50 Million five-year exclusive supplier agreement to MEP® Consulting Engineers, Inc. in Miami.
The supplier Agreement makes MEP® the exclusive provider of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymer (“BFRP”) Reinforcing Bar (Composite Rebar) and other BFRP products to the Florida-based construction engineering and design community in Dade County.
MEP® will be Basanite’s exclusive provider of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Polymer (“BFRP”) Reinforcing Bar (Composite Rebar) and other BFRP products to the Florida-based construction engineering and design community in Dade County.
Basanite Industries, LLC, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Basanite, Inc. OTCQB:BASA), a publicly traded company.