On December 30th, 2014, MultiMechanics posted a blog about the top 10 technological advances in composites in 2014. NONA Composites is included on the list. Click here to read the blog.
On December 22nd, 2014, the Albuquerque Journal published an article about CRG’s REACH project, which consists of a 27m beam and sensor package assembly to help clean up a radioactive storage facility accident. Click here to read the article.
On December 18th, 2014, Composites World named their top blog posts of 2014. The list included a blog about NONA Composites. Click here to read about the top blog posts.
On October 14th, 2014, the Dayton Business Journal published an article about CRG’s REACH project. The article begins: “Cornerstone Research Group Inc. and its subsidiaries may have just pulled off one of the most impressive quick-turn-around manufacturing projects ever to
The Dayton Business Journal recently compiled a list of key people in aerospace and defense in the Dayton region, and CRG, Inc.’s CEO Patrick Hood was on that list. Click here to read the article and here to see Patrick
ITECS recently interviewed Brad Doudican and Bob Sullivan of Advantic, LLC, talking about the company and the products and engineering services it provides, as well as how to bridge the innovation gap. Click here to read the resulting blog.
One of CRG’s subsidiaries, Advantic, featured its new tradeshow booth this month at the AIA Expo in Chicago. The booth itself is made of Advantic’s syntactic material, demonstrating its strength and versatility as well as its elegant design capabilities. The
On June 12, CRG was awarded first place in the inaugural Innovation Index Awards in the category of Commercialization. Formed this year as a partnership between the Dayton Business Journal and the Dayton Development Coalition, the Innovation Index Awards were
CRG’s spin-off subsidiary, Advantic LLC, has launched their new website with information on Advantic products and services. Visit Advantic LLC on-line.
CRG’s new Commercialization Center hit the ground running late in 2013, when CRG received a large order for Advantic syntactic materials. After five years of qualification and testing, the order came in mid-November from a contractor doing construction in the