stuart:pease

GRP laminate design and engineering


Who Installs And Repairs Fibreglass?

GRP installation & maintenance

From factory to site transport, post-delivery assembly of component elements, and final installation, stuart:pease are highly experienced in managing the logistics involved in the commissioning of a client’s GRP product, regardless of size or complexity of form.

The maintenance of fibreglass can often be carried out on-site, but the same logistical support applies where damaged GRP components need to be brought into the workshop for repair.

Delivery & transport

Although lightweight and robust, GRP products may require special consideration during transportation to avoid cosmetic or structural damage.

stuart:pease will manage the safe end-to-end movement of manufactured items, including any internal bracing or encasement required for non-rigid components.

Large-scale installation & assembly

The final assembly and on-site installation of larger or sectional constructs can be carried out, or supervised, by stuart:pease’ own engineers, as required.

Off-site GRP repairs

Where repairs need to be carried out in a more controlled environment, this would normally require transport to the main workshops.

Aside from straightforward damage repair, stuart:pease are often called upon to adapt existing products, tools and moulds to meet changes in product role or legislation affecting the manufactured item.

On-site repair, maintenance & refurbishment

Many maintenance functions can be carried out in situ, including; the re-lining of storage tanks, swimming pool and containment pond leak proofing, fracture repairs to pre-assembled GRP structures or purely cosmetic makeovers.

All on-site engineers hold CSCS cards, are ‘harness trained’, IPAF qualified and SSSTS trained.

stuart:pease will be happy to carry out a no-obligation engineering site survey to accurately assess the requirements of your maintenance project.

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