Asst Prof Yang En-Hua with a bent slab of ConFlexPave which has been put through a bending test. This new material is twice as durable as conventional concrete, and is thinner and lighter, which means they can be laid quickly.
PHOTO: TIFFANY GOH/THE STRAITS TIMES
THE time taken for construction and resurfacing of roads could be cut by half in the future, when they are paved with a bendable concrete invented in Singapore.
Called ConFlexPave, this material is stronger and more durable than conventional concrete, which is now a...