April 21, 2016 – Bradenton, Florida
Maverick Applied Science, Inc. invites you to attend this one-of-a-kind 1 day Forum. Register today and join us to discuss topics of interest within the FRP industry.
Project Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Procurement Managers, Reliability Engineers, Project Managers, Material Specialists, Maintenance Planners and Engineering Managers are highly encouraged to attend this event.
Click here for the complete Brochure and Registration form.
Any questions, please feel free to contact us at 941-721-1800.
Maverick Applied Science is an internationally recognized expert in the field of engineering and inspections of FRP solutions for corrosive applications.
Since 1999 we have built our reputation on personal service, advanced FRP technology and proven FRP engineering practices. While other engineering firms continue to shy away from fiberglass reinforced plastic solutions, we welcome the challenge and meet it through our comprehensive understanding of the behavior and performance of composite materials and fabricated components.
Our tag line "We Build Confidence in FRP" means exactly what it says. We are dedicated to proving that FRP piping, vessels and tanks are safe, reliable, cost effective solutions. Our engineers, designers, inspectors, pipe support staff and other personnel are among the most knowledgeable, experienced and dedicated available anywhere in the world.
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(Source: Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts About How Much Water We Use to Make Everyday Products by Stephen Leahy.)