EDON Fiberglass is a manufacturer of architectural fiberglass ornamentation. EDON enjoys a 54 –year reputation for their design and ingenuity in delivering architectural ornamentation. EDON combines the use of standard profiles with its clients’ custom architectural requirements to deliver the required look and if applicable, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.
Since 1963, EDON has worked with clients on projects ranging from Walt Disney/Epcot Center, FL and Universal Studios, FL to Sesame Place in PA. EDON produced the fiberglass ornamentation for the AIT World Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio; The Washington Convention Center, Washington DC: as well as the fiberglass restoration for the expansion of the South Korean Consulate in Washington, DC; and, the recently completed restorations of UPMC and Penn Avenue Place in Pittsburgh, PA.
EDON’s contribution to the colleges and universities throughout the country include Georgetown University (Washington, DC); Wake Forest University-six buildings (North Carolina); Longwood University (Virginia); and Ivy League Institutions Brown University (RI) and Harvard University (MA) are among the many campuses that EDON Fiberglass products appear.
From entertainment to commercial enterprises to public buildings, EDON has a history of excellence in fiberglass ornamentation and historical reproductions. They have a staff of architectural designers and consultant engineers along with shop craftsmen who assist their clients in their needs and requirements.
What is fiberglass, resin, catalyst? What tools are used to make architectural fiberglass. In this video a tutorial of how architectural fiberglass is fabricated and some of the many uses are detailed.