FRP (Fiber Reinforced Polymer) includes hundreds of combinations of fiber, polymer and processes. This versatility is what makes composites unique. On the other hand, it’s often difficult to decide what fiber, resin and process is best for a given application. Because FRP is strong, durable, and light-weight it often has advantages over stone, bronze, steel, and other conventional materials. Its ability to be economically molded into complex shapes offers other unique advantages. FRP is the contemporary alternative providing designers with new and unprecedented freedom from material constraints.
If you are new to FRP or are just not sure if it’s right for your project, allow us to help you decide. Kreysler and Associates is a leader in the use of composites in architecture and has been working with these materials in construction applications for over 25 years. Our technical staff is here to assist you.