The restoration project of San Cristobal de La Laguna Cathedral, in the island of Tenerife used Aslan 100 in the ribs, beams and columns of the roof . This Cathedral was built in the early 1900 and one of the first Spanish projects to use concrete as structural material and the adverse climate conditions in the zone caused, along the years, a considerable damage in the whole roof.
After being closed to the public for 12 years, in 2011 it was finally decided to undertake the complete substitution of all the domes and vaults of the temple, with the determination to use an innovative mix of fiber-reinforced concrete and GFRP rebars for the project in its entirety, avoiding further corrosion problems.
Architect José Miguel Márquez and CESMA Engineers were commissioned to develop the replacement project, which had to respect the initial state and spirit of The Cathedral while fitting in a tight budget.
The 22 domes , beams and pillars are all reinforced with the Aslan 100, GFRP rebars of Fortius.