Maccaferri Inc.

Williamsport, US 21795


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Williamsport, US 21795

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Products and Press Releases

Erosion Control


Nov. 17, 2020
PoliMac is a corrosion-resistant coating available on Maccaferri’s full line of double-twist wire mesh products. It provides increased durability and lower life-cycle cost compared...
Erosion Control

Geosynthetic Mat

July 31, 2017
MacMat R combines double-twist wire mesh technology with geosynthetic MacMat high-performance turf reinforcement mat. The reinforced geomat is made from a three-dimensional matrix...
Erosion Control

Gabion Baskets

Nov. 10, 2016
Maccaferri gabions are engineered from double-twisted hexagonal woven steel wire mesh. These modular units and are used to form flexible, permeable, monolithic structures such...
Green Infrastructure

Erosion Control

Nov. 19, 2014
Maccaferri provides innovative, sustainable products and solutions to the construction industry. With locations in more than 100 countries, Maccaferri is a world leader in gabion...

Articles & News

A hydraulic channel was needed to divert and protect from the rainstorm water coming from Sloan Canyon Mountains.

Gabions Provide Stability to Channel in Sloan Canyon Mountains

Nov. 30, 2022
Problem GridLiance West Transco planned to expand its 230KV transmission in Boulder, Nevada. A hydraulic channel was needed to divert and protect from the rainstorm water coming...
Sewers & Drainage Systems

Gabion Drop Structures Establish Natural Bottom Open Channel Drainage

Sept. 6, 2018
The El Toro Marine Corps Air Station in Irvine, Calif., was built in 1942. To build the runway and roadways to aid base operations, a mixed open culvert was constructed to sit...
Green Infrastructure

Gabion Mattresses Prevent Erosion in Utah

Aug. 25, 2014
In January 2005, a surge of water overwhelmed the retention basin of the Santa Clara River in St. George, Utah. Originally built to protect the nearby highway, the expansion was...

Erosion Control Aids Water Treatment Plant

March 27, 2014
The town of Wardensville, W.V., sits in the Appalachian Valley near the Virginia border. The town’s 120,000-gal-per-day wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) was damaged after Hurricane...

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