Based in Tunbridge Wells, CubeX Industries Ltd specialises in crafting sustainable Ultra-High-Performance Concrete (UHPC) products. Our team ensures precision manufacturing tailored to architects' requirements, overseeing everything from raw material selection to product installation. Our advanced UHPC formula surpasses traditional concrete, boasting superior flow, minimal shrinkage, and unmatched strength. As a result, our concrete is versatile and perfect for high-impact, fire-resistant elements such as façades, screens, living walls, and other visual features.
CubeX is a bespoke Original Product Manufacturer. We tailor the fixing mechanisms of our cladding products to ensure seamless installation. This means they can be fitted internally and externally, without hindering the essential progress of building construction, and after ensuring weather and wind protection.
Having obtained a degree in B.SOC Science, Charles has spent most of his life in design and build projects, with a focus on sustainable building material technology. He also developed and manufactured rapid foundation and wall and roof systems using both steel and lightweight concrete. In 2019, Charles went on to found CubeX Industries Ltd, which produces sustainable UHPC products, including unique structures like detailed sea walls. His know-how has led CubeX to revolutionise concrete, and as a result, we are able to offer a product that meets the demands of sustainability in design and construction.
Charles works with our in-house designers, concrete engineers and a dedicated team of expert concrete producers in our factory in East Sussex, Kent. The factory is located on a farm and this environment, away from the hustle and bustle, enables us to think about you, the client, and what you want.
Our exclusive strategic partnerships mean we have the resources behind us to deliver truly innovative projects. Our partners include G-Cast UHPC, Swansea University and BlueCube Marine, where we proudly manufacture the concrete structures that bring harbours, seawalls and shorelines back to life.