Concrete solutions using polypropylene fibers. Our specialty. Better and easier concrete designs. Our goal.


Who we are

Designing concrete solutions using polypropylene fibers is our specialty. We are a consulting engineering company aiming for easier and better structural concrete answers. With polypropylene fibers the time of heavy lifts, corrosion, long working hours, and unsafe handling of steel bars is over.

Meet the Team

Who we are and how to contact us

The squad is in great synergy. Experience meets theory. Expertise meets innovation. With a well organized distribution of cases, we make sure all projects are handled correctly and expediently.

Palle Olsen

Material Specialist

With more than 20 years in the polypropylene fiber industry, having owned his own production site, Palle knows a thing or two about polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete.

Daniel Fester Henningsen

Civil Engineer and Technical Specialist

He wrote not only his bachelor thesis, but also his master thesis, about fiber reinforced concrete, and has been working with polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete ever since.

Louis Westh Moe Christoffersen

Civil Engineer

From topology optimization to international bridge design. Now he programs the future while saving the world. What a hero.

Elliott Brandon

Web Developer

While his knowledge about concrete is near nonexistent, his programming skills are omnipresent. Some say, his first words were "Hello, World!".

Benjamin Fester Henningsen

Web Developer Intern

DTU student IT and economics bringing some new energy to the company.


We have worked with some great companies

These companies are trendsetters in the concrete industry! They are either using our programs, and/or they have worked with us on one or several projects. Utilising polypropylene fiber reinforcement saves time, money, and CO2 – and these companies are doing that.

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