Your Partner in Providing Geosynthetics
Colonial Construction Materials is a master distributor of geosynthetics. We supply woven geotextiles, nonwoven geotextiles and geogrid to construction projects across the East Coast. In addition to geotextiles, we distribute gabion baskets, geocells, geocomposites and liners for specialty geotechnical applications.
Explore Our Geosynthetics
Our Woven Geotextile Fabrics include slit film geotextiles and monofilaments.
Nonwoven Geotextiles improve drainage and separate soil on construction sites.
Geogrid and High Strength Geotextiles
Discover Geogrids and High Strength Geotextiles for specialty geotechnical solutions.
Learn how our Gabion Baskets add stability and control to construction projects.
Liners & Composites
Discover our selection of high strength and specialty Liners and Composites.
We supply Presto Geosystems’ GEOWEB geocell for cellular confinement.
What are Geosynthetics?
Geosynthetics are synthetic products that are manufactured to solve civil engineering problems. We supply several categories of geosynthetics including geotextiles, geogrid, liners and geocomposites. These materials are designed to resolve geotechnical issues including drainage, stabilization and separation.
Learn More About Geosynthetics
Our sales team provides technical support on and off the job site. Here you will find quick reference resources for DOT Approved products, case studies and informative articles.
Resources for Purchasing Geosynthetics
See Our Geosynthetics in Action
Geotextiles are on just about every construction site. Explore our portfolio to see how different materials have been used to solve various construction issues.
Sandbridge Bridge Replacement
Featured Products: Geogrid and Nonwoven Geotextile Fabric
John Rolfe Square Subdivision
Featured Product: Nonwoven Geotextiles for Chamber System
Poplar Island Restoration
Featured Product: High Strength Woven Geotextile Fabric
Virginia Beach Fourth Precinct
Featured Products: Liner and Gabion Baskets
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