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Waterfront

Waterfront

Our FRP waterfront products are designed to replace wood, steel, and concrete for applications where the environmental considerations require high strength properties that will not rot, rust or spall.

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Utilities

Utilities

FRP poles and crossarms are corrosion resistant and will not rust or spall when subjected to extreme weather conditions.

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Mass Transit

Mass Transit

FRP is becoming the material of choice for mass transit and rail systems because of its light weight, prefabricated structures, fast installation, corrosion resistance, low maintenance, and long life.

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Bridge Decking

Bridge Decking

With the design flexibility of engineered FRP composites, we can fabricate deck systems to meet any loading and geometry requirements.

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Bridges & Access Structures

Bridges & Access Structures

Our FRP profiles and panels are used for bridges, sidewalks, walkways, boardwalks, maintenance, and emergency access structures.

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Standard Structural Products

Standard Structural Products

FRP shapes and profiles are used to create cost-effective, high-performance structures.

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OEM & Custom Products

OEM & Custom Products

Our advanced manufacturing techniques and technologies produce OEM products and custom products for customers who require exclusive molded and pultruded parts for their products and systems.

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Industrial Tanks & Processing Equipment

Industrial Tanks & Processing Equipment

FRP has the durability and abrasion resistance to outperform conventional materials in harsh and acidic environments.

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TowerTech Cooling Towers

TowerTech Cooling Towers

Tower Tech Modular Cooling Towers have a superior design that delivers better cost efficiency, lowest life-cycle costs, highest quality construction, and industry-leading sustainability.

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Resiliency: Where FRP Composites Contribute Greatly

Resiliency: Where FRP...

Unscathed FRP utility pole after a hurricane

Resiliency is one of the most used words...

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4 Reasons to use Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (FRP)

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When selecting a building material for an infrastructure project, there are a few key...

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Look Behind the Label

Look Behind the Label

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Case Studies

These cases highlight the value that FRP brings to customer projects.

Ravenswood Bridge Fender With a range of pipe pile products, optimized fender system are easily designed to protect bridge like the Ravenswood Bridge in Dania Beach, FL. Learn More
Annadale Station Corrosion-resistant FRP platform panels replaced deteriorated concrete with the fast installation having no impact on train and rider schedules for this Staten Island Railway station. Learn More
Columbia River Skywalk When the City of Trail, British Columbia constructed a new suspension pedestrian bridge, FRP decking was selected to incorporate many design features in prefabricated, lightweight panels for easier installation over the Columbia River. Learn More
Jamestown Ferry, James River, VA Large-diameter pipe piles were used as dolphin monopiles to replace large wood pile clusters for guiding the ferries into the terminals; thus eliminating maintenance costs for constantly replacing damaged and rotting wood piles. Learn More
I-Beam Bridge While making trail improvement decisions, a trail selected an all-FRP bridge as a long-lasting, alternative material for this project instead of wood. Learn More
FRPI Certified Tank Installation Our in-house engineering group designed the tanks to solve a unique challenge: the tanks were located inside retaining walls where buoyant forces would lift the empty tanks off their anchor lugs. Learn More

About Us

The Creative Composites Group delivers innovative, engineered solutions so that our customers take advantage of the benefits of Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) composites.

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