Concrete is a classic building material, but the trade-off for its incredible durability is the hassle of constructing with it. It requires molds, mixing, a dry space to harden and heavy machinery to erect.
New material, Concrete Cloth, tackles these issues by design, allowing installation in wet conditions with minimal manpower and very little extra machinery. Designers describe it as, "a flexible concrete impregnated fabric that hardens on hydration to form a thin, durable, water and fire proof concrete layer."
Currently it's being used in a variety of military applications and civil construction projects. Concrete Cloth is American-made and manufactured in Georgia.