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50 Years Of Strength And Excellence


For more than 50 years the name Pearson has been regarded as the leader in the field of fiberglass production. Stronger than wood, concrete or steel, Pearson Pilings continues to be the leader in the manufacture of fiberglass composite construction pilings. From residential homes along the coast to high impact walls and fender systems, marinas, docks and piers, our unique manufacturing process allows us to complete projects most others won’t attempt. Environmentally sound, Pearson Pilings has also gained wide acceptance when demands are high for protecting wetlands. Another important consideration is that the life cycle cost is considerably lower on projects where normally other materials are spec’d.

New marinas and docks, fishing piers, municipal bulkheads and bridges demand the strongest, most durable pilings available and Pearson Fiberglass Composite Pilings deliver that. They require no maintenance which provides the lowest cost of ownership of any piling material. Given the lightweight nature of the piling, installation costs are also the lowest. Demolition and removal of old pilings may also be avoided by installing Pearson Pilings over existing ones, further reducing the environmental footprint created by obsolete materials in landfills.

The unique properties of fiberglass composite pilings make them an ideal building material for a wide variety of applications where superior strength and durability are required. From artificial reefs to elephant retaining walls, from bridge fendering systems to commercial building foundations, engineers and architects are finding new and unusual applications for Pearson Fiberglass Composite Pilings every day.

If you are looking to build truly sustainable infrastructure, then specifying the use of Pearson Pilings in your project is essential.

Gulf Coast Marine Solutions Presents:


“The new evolution in elevated concrete

slab construction for Coastal Projects.”

In light of recent catastrophic storm events and realizing the need for stronger,

faster and more cost-effective building methods, we have developed a system to

erect elevated foundations that will raise the bar and set coastal building

standards for years to come. This brochure will explain and help visualize

through photos and drawings the system we have developed.

(See Brochure For Process Detail)

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