This paper reports a set of experimental results for continuous unidirectional carbon
fibre-reinforced concrete beams. The fibers are embedded at different layers in the
tension side of the beam below the neutral axis. All together nine concrete beams
were constructed and tested, three of which contained no reinforcement. The carbon
fibre-reinforced concrete beam load-deflection results are presented graphically for
three beams with one-layer, one with two-layers and two with four-layers of
continuous unidirectional fibres. The maximum deflections of the reinforced beams
are compared with those of plain concrete beams.