Construction has begun on our new facility. On May 1, we officially broke ground on the 22,400 square foot addition to our Spring, Texas, plant, which includes a third production line and an additional elbow bending machine to meet increased demand for fiberglass conduit. The new facility will speed production and double output and is expected to be fully operational by late summer.

“Fiberglass conduit usage is on the rise due to its superior properties and lower material and installation costs compared to more traditional materials such as steel. Also, there is a more acceptance in the industry to use composites material,” says Goran Haag, CEO and Founder.

“Many industries, such as pipeline, chemical, transportation and data centers, use fiberglass conduit because it is less expensive to make and install than steel conduit,” adds Haag. “It is more fire resistant than PVC pipes, so it has many advantages. Our facility expansion will help meet this increased demand.”

Champion Fiberglass conduit is 100% made in America. For an overview of how fiberglass conduit is used in various industries and applications, visit: https://championfiberglass.com/industry-applications/

(L-R) Kirby Sanford, Comerica; Kyle Williams, Champion Fiberglass Plant Manager; Goran Haag, Champion Fiberglass President; Paul Casano, Champion Fiberglass Engineering Manager; Joe Stutts, Stutts Cox Builders; and Allan Cox, Stutts Cox Builders

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