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Published: 10/1/2018

Composite container protects satellites — on the ground
Cored composites add the strength, smoothness and portability needed for a container built to ship satellites over air, land and water.

Published: 7/1/2018

Composites perform water rescue in high-speed rail tunnel
Channeling out the great quantities of water that flow into Spain’s Pajares railway tunnels in the Cantabria Mountain range required an award-winning composites innovation.

Published: 3/22/2018

Wood/carbon composites for architecture
Innovative organic architecture enabled with wood/carbon laminates, software tools.

Published: 1/5/2018

Composite fendering piles fit the bill
Composites replace wood in New Jersey marine fender project.

Published: 11/14/2017

Higher performance in precast concrete with CFRP
C-GRID trusses in CarbonCast wall system cut construction time, cost, complexity and carbon footprint in energy-efficient urban student housing.

Published: 6/9/2017

Thermoplastic composite panels deliver affordable housing solutions
Modular construction concept takes composite housing another step forward, offering a wide range of comparably priced housing solutions to builders of all types.

Published: 9/13/2016

Fast-build construction with composites
A Brazilian modular wall system that can deliver affordable homes and schools in days is exported to meet global needs, including for refugee resettlement.

Published: 8/12/2016

Engineering large-diameter underground pipe
A combination of design and new materials enhances pipe performance without adding cost.

Published: 8/8/2016

Styrene-free resins: More than emissions reduction
Since the first introductions of low- and no-styrene resins, the emphasis has shifted from mere compliance to comparable — or better — performance.

Published: 6/30/2016

Melding aesthetics with structure
A stairwell shroud recently installed on a Michigan university campus could be a bellwether for the expansion of composites into architectural applications previously considered out of reach.