Most utility poles and crossarms are made from wood, steel, and concrete. For electrical and utility companies, the resiliency and maintenance of these types of poles and crossarms can be problematic.
Fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) poles are being specified for resiliency durability, high strength, and longevity. FRP poles and crossarms are corrosion resistant and will not rust or spall when subjected to extreme environmental conditions including salt air and spray, freeze-thaw, excessive humidity.
In addition to the high strength to weight ratio, our FRP poles and crossarms improve electrical insulation. FRP is especially suited to fire-prone areas and plays a vital role in storm hardening strategies where high winds demand resilience.
Our FRP poles and crossarms are perfect for applications where lightweight, limited access, and corrosion resistance are essential. You are making a long-term investment when you choose FRP.
CCG provides pultruded composite utility poles and structures, custom fabricated to meet your strength and dimensional requirements. We offer FRP composite distribution poles ranging from Class 5 through 1, up to 60 feet in length and FRP transmission poles from class 1 through H6, in various lengths. LEARN MORE >>
The Creative Composites Group manufactures direct burial light poles with added features including hand holes and adaptors for National Electrical Manufacturer Association (NEMA) standard electrical boxes. Unlike wood, steel, and concrete poles, the fiberglass reinforced polymer (FRP) poles will not rust, rot, spall or corrode. LEARN MORE >>
FRP cross arms are lighter and stronger than wood cross arms, will not rot or succumb to woodpeckers or termites, and exhibit an extremely high dielectric strength. LEARN MORE >>