PRLog - March 19, 2012 - ERIE, Pa. -- Independence, KS (January 24, 2012) Molded Fiber Glass Construction Products (MFG CP), celebrates 50 years of composite manufacturing this year. MFG CP began operating in 1962 under the name Molded Fiber Glass Concrete Forms Company in Ashtabula Ohio and was owned by the parent company, Molded Fiber Glass Company. In 1999, MFG CP acquired Fiberglass Forms Inc. and Firm Rental Company and moved their manufacturing facilities to Independence Kansas at that time. MFG Concrete Forms Company changed their name to MFG CP, to better represent their composite expertise to perspective customers.
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In the last year MFG CP has taken on many well know projects throughout the US, Canada and Mexico. MFG CP’s projects have includes several Libraries, Ship Terminals, Parking Garages, Universities, Hospitals, Food and Beverage plant facilities and clean rooms. MFG CP higher profile projects in the last year include Columns for the rebuild of the World Trade Center, new Central Library structural design in San Diego, and the University of Texas A & M spiral staircase in the Health and Science Center.
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MFG CP, formed in 1962 and a charter member of the World of Concrete, manufacturers a complete range of one-piece round column forms (RCFs), dome and pan forms for one-way and two-way joint slab floors, and customer forms for cast-in-place concrete construction applications. Made of fiberglass reinforced thermo-set composites, MFG concrete forms can significantly reduce finishing costs and are fully re-usable.
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MFG Company was founded in Ashtabula Ohio in 1948 by Robert S. Morrison. Privately owned, current President/CEO Richard S. Morrison is responsible of Corporate Headquarters and the fifteen entities in the US and Mexico. More information on Corporate Headquarters can be found at www.moldedfiberglass.com.
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MFG UC current molding focuses are custom manufacturing, alternative energy, construction, heavy truck, military, locomotive, transportation and corrosion markets.