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Case Study: Wet-Dry Lift Station Access Ladders

Jun 30, 2021

The processing of blackwater and greywater discharges are reliant on key infrastructure instruments within any municipality. To address …

Case Study: Golf Community Pedestrian Bridges

Jun 30, 2021

Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, a private golf course community looked to replace five …

Case Study: Clock Faces Cellular Needs with FRP

Feb 12, 2021

TECHNICAL DATAProduct: Cellular Antenna Concealment Clock TowerProcess: Pultrusion, FabricationMaterials & Sizes: EXTREN® Structural Shapes: – Square Tube: 4″ …

Case Study: Using FRP to Bridge the Gap in a Suburban Community

Oct 23, 2020

As suburban communities continue to expand throughout the United States, so do the demands of creating recreational trails …

Case Study: All’s Well Ends Well

Oct 22, 2020

Wastewater collection and treatment is an essential function of all communities. In processing wastewater, the force of gravity …

Case Study: Pultruded Rods and Nuts Support HVAC Ductwork in Aquatic Environments

Jun 26, 2020

Year-round indoor waterparks continue to push the envelope for innovative design to entertain guests and meet needs. The …

Case Study: Baffle and Diffuser Walls Aid in Aeration

Jun 26, 2020

A water district system in California underwent a refurbishment process at its wastewater treatment facility to better serve …

Case Study: Pultruded Fiberglass Baffles the Splash

Jun 26, 2020

As the hospitality industry continues to grow, so does the aquatic waterparks sector, due to the demand of …

Durability Study: Decades Later: Still Better than New Steel

Mar 27, 2020

In 1979, over 10,000 square feet of DURAGRID® I-4000 1″ (formerly DURADEK®) pultruded grating was installed in lieu of …

Durability Study: Cordova Park Observation Tower is Still a Winner After 20 Years

Nov 27, 2019

Rated as the #1 thing to do in Otley, IA, by a major travel website, the 123-foot …