History of Molded Fiber Glass CP
The Molded Fiber Glass Companies (MFG) were founded in Ashtabula, Ohio in 1948 by Robert S. Morrison, a pioneer in fiber glass reinforced plastics. He made significant contributions and achieved accomplishments in the mass production of fiber glass techniques. MFG today remains a privately owned and managed company. Current President/CEO Richard S. Morrison is now responsible for Corporate Headquarters and its sixteen subsidiaries in the United States and Mexico. Early in 2011, Richard, like his father received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Composite Manufacturers Association for his leadership and contributions to the composite industry.
Formed in 1962 and a charter member of the World of Concrete, MFG CP has played a large role in many architectural projects across the United States. Whether it be a pan form, pile jacket, round column form, community art projects, archway, staircase or custom composite product, you will find our typical projects in:
- Atlantic City, NJ, Pile Jackets
- Atlanta, GA, Custom Forms
- Los Angeles, CA, Custom Columns
- San Patricio County, TX, Custom Bridge
- Tampa, Fl, Custom Forms
- College Station, TX, Custom Staircase
- West Point, Custom Archway
Molded Fiber Glass entities specialize in optimizing resins and FRP products for myriad of market applications including: custom-molded composite components for trailers, automotive, wind energy, agriculture and rail transport, and propriety products for material handling, construction, telecommunications, water treatment and other commercial industries worldwide. With more than 75,000 square feet of manufacturing space, we have capacity to produce, assemble and paint extremely large and complicated Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics structures.
1018 West Sycamore St.
P.O. Box 685
Independence, KS 67301