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TenCate Geosynthetics commercial division is the world’s leading provider of geosynthetics. Through the processing of synthetic raw materials, we develop, manufacture, and provide innovative solutions which enhance the performance of our customers products. Our application knowledge is vast in the markets we serve, from transportation construction, mechanically stabilized earth, and shoreline protection, to name a few, as we continue to set the standard for geosynthetics use throughout the world.

High-Strength Geotextiles in Infrastructure

JOB OPPORTUNITY: TenCate Geosynthetics Seeks Engineering Business Manager

TenCate Geosynthetics, one of the world’s largest geosynthetics manufacturer and engineering service providers, seeks to add an engineering business manager in the United States....
Ashley MacMillan Joins TenCate as an Engineering Business Manager

Ashley MacMillan Joins TenCate as an Engineering Business Manager

TenCate Geosynthetics has announced the addition of Ashley MacMillan, PE as Engineering Business Manager – Northwest (United States). MacMillan is a 7-year veteran with...
6-Year Update: Frost Heave Mitigation for Alaskan Highway

Enhanced Wicking Geotextile Emerges from an Engineering Challenge

The Alaska Department of Transportation brought a specific engineering challenge to TenCate Geosynthetics: the need to enhance lateral drainage from roadway subgrades to minimize...

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Lining a Nevada Tailings Storage Facility Pond

AGRU’s latest video story focuses on a tailings storage facility in northern Nevada. The site utilized a textured geomembrane (AGRU MicroSpike) in a three-phase...
IGS Young Members in Korea

New Logo Contest from IGS Young Members Committee

The International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) Young Members Committee has opened a competition for a new logo design. A couple prizes are in play for...
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Video: Asphalt Reinforcement of Australian Runway

​The Roma Airport in Queensland, Australia, manages around 100 arrivals and departures each week, including many that are vital to energy and resource industry...
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