Stronger than steel, resistant to rust or rot, environmentally friendly, light and flexible, Pearson composite pilings lend themselves to a variety of additional uses. Enthusiastic advocates are using our fiberglass composite pilings for building various structures, including bridges, artificial reefs and animal containment.
Ask your engineer, contractor or architect to specify Pearson Pilings. Your investment today will pay off tomorrow by eliminating replacement costs and increasing the value of your waterfront property.
Pearson pilings can be used for heavy duty fendering systems and within the bridge’s construction. Pearson Pilings were used on the San Jacinto River Bridge in Houston, TX to replace a steel and timber system that was plagued with age and deterioration.
In zoos, Pearson Pilings can be used to keep large animals safe without reacting to the high salinity in animal waste. Roger Williams Park Zoo in Rhode Island relies on Pearson composite pilings to keep their elephants safe.
Pearson Pilings have been used for artificial reefs and wave attenuators to help restore underwater ecosystems by installing an Eco-System Wave Attenuator developed by Reefmaker.
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