Overpass Column Is Patched and Primed In Preparation for Carbon Fiber
Overpass Column Strengthened With the HJ3 Civil FRP System

Civil and Commercial Market

Spending Gap

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gave the U.S. infrastructure a report card rating of ‘D’ in their 2009 evaluation.* The cost to replace America’s failing infrastructure is estimated to be $2.2 Trillion dollars. Much of the American infrastructure is approaching or past its expected life but is still in use, because there is a spending gap in the money required to repair or replace these structures, and the money that is allocated.

Cost of Corrosion – 6% of GDP**

US Spending on Infrastructure – 2.4% of GDP


What if You Could Repair Your Civil and Commercial Infrastructure at a Fraction of the Cost of Replacement?

You can. HJ3’s Civil™ product line includes systems that have been engineered specifically to strengthen and repair common applications found within civil and commercial infrastructure, often saving our clients between 50% and 75% on their civil and commercial applications compared with replacement. Click on the below links to learn more about HJ3’s work in these categories:

Bridges and Overpasses

Commercial Buildings

Parking Garages

Marine Docks


*”2009 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure” – American Society of Civil Engineers
**”Corrosion Costs and Preventative Strategies in the Unites States” – U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration – March, 2002