About Us

Founded in 2003, FRP Engineering is a 100% Australian owned and operated company based in Canning Vale, Western Australia. With over 30 years of combined experience, the team at FRP Engineering is committed to developing the highest quality composite materials solution for the commercial and industrial markets at an affordable price.

FRP Engineering started when one of the Directors discovered an opportunity – a gap in the market. Daring to do things differently and provide a different kind of service to sell composite materials, FRP Engineering are known throughout the local industry as problem solvers who are specialists in composite material engineering.

Fibre-Reinforced Plastic (FRP) and Glass-Reinforced Polymer (GRP) are truly cost effective and long-lasting materials that are currently used in even the harshest of industrial environments. All materials that FRP Engineering use in the construction of floor gratings, hand rails, ladders, cable management systems, and platforms are all sourced from reliable, experienced, and accredited suppliers. In addition, we provide specialty fabrications to suit your needs.

What are the Benefits of Fibre-Reinforced Plastic?

Corrosion Resistant

They are specifically designed to withstand even the harshest environment. It is rare that FRP requires further treatments or coating.

Strong and lightweight

FRP has a high strength-to-weight ratio, thus making it easier to install.

Impact Resistant

FRP materials are flexible and highly resistant to impact and failure.

Easy to Maintain

Our Engineers design our work to last, and thus all structures are almost maintenance-free.

Fire Resistant

With self-extinguishing and low flame spread index properties, our composite materials meet both ASTM E-84 and ASTM D-635 requirements.

Quicker installation

It is easier and lighter to install FRP products as normal hand tools are only used to make any necessary adjustments.

Safe from Electrical Hazards

As FRP are not made of metal, they are safe and non-conductive. FRP materials also add to building safety as they stop sparks and thus any potential electrical hazards.