Composite materials provide great advantages in infrastructure applications compared to traditional materials such as steel, concrete and wood and offer solutions to manufacturers who now use them more and more in construction. Since the costs of urban infrastructure construction are very high, the life its viability of each project needs to be as assured as possible. Structures of composite materials do not rust, corrode, or weaken, as it happens with traditional materials, thereby providing extended life and effective cost savings and flexibility in the design possibilities.
The materials used for all these structures are numerous and depending on the engineering requirements, strength and compatibility with traditional building materials, the contractors selected the appropriate materials each time. For every construction it is extremely important to analyze the geophysical resultants of the area where the construction will be placed to choose appropriate materials like: