Airport runways must be constructed to absorb the stress when several hundred tons of a 747 collide with concrete on a regular basis.
In order for these runways to survive these massive impacts, they must be designed with durable fiberglass.
Runways constructed using high-performing Basalt Fiber fiberglass rebar have the capability to withstand the weight of airplanes as they taxi for takeoff and land, and can last for over 100 years.
Constructing runways using the traditional steel rebar will only lead to continuous, expensive maintenance, as they will sustain enormous damage as airport traffic continues to rise. Runways that have suffered constant abuse must be repaired immediately to ensure the safety of passengers.