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Buildings & Parking Facilities

Reinforcing the foundation of building and parking infrastructure can be challenging. As an engineer or contractor, you know there is a great deal to consider when planning for infrastructure repairs. Restoring, rehabilitating and strengthening concrete and masonry structures provides considerable cost savings over replacing materials that have been deteriorated by poor maintenance, weather, design inadequacies and other factors.

Milliken Infrastructure Solutions is tackling structural inadequacies and deterioration with a family of innovative products specifically designed to strengthen and rehabilitate existing concrete and masonry structures. We engineer our solutions to be simpler and less demanding during installation, which results in greater contractor productivity and overall speed. Combining our expertise in textiles and chemistry, we use smart design to deliver the most cost-effective, high-performance, eco-friendly structural strengthening and rehabilitation materials in the marketplace.

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Market Leadership

For more than 150 years, Milliken & Company has been a leader in the development and application of innovative technology, focusing on scientific approaches that address the challenges of each new era and developing solutions that make sense. Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, LLC is tackling structural inadequacies and deterioration with a family of innovative products specifically designed to strengthen and rehabilitate existing concrete and masonry structures, adding decades to the life of the original structure.  

Gregg Blaszak, P.E. 

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Business Development Manager

Gregg Blaszak is a licensed engineer with over 15 years of experience with the design and construction of fiber reinforced polymer materials (FRPs) for civil/structural applications.  He holds a BS degree in Aeronautical Engineering and an MS degree in Civil Engineering, both from the University of Illinois.  He is licensed to practice engineering in six states.

 Mr. Blaszak started his career composite material engineer at McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) before joining J. Muller International, an internationally renowned bridge engineering firm.  While at J. Muller he worked on many award-winning bridge projects including the 8.5 mile Confederation Bridge in Canada, the Damen Avenue Arch Bridge over the Chicago River, and one of the first FRP vehicle bridges constructed in the United States. As a consultant, Mr. Blaszak utilized his background in structural engineering and composite materials to help manufacturers develop, test, and introduce a variety of composite technologies into the construction marketplace.

 Mr. Blaszak is a nationally recognized expert in the area of FRP strengthening.   He chaired of the American Concrete Institute’s ACI 440F subcommittee on FRP repair during the development and publication of the first edition of the 440.2R guide on the design and installation of FRPs.  He currently chairs the ICRI 330 Committee on Strengthening and sits on a number of other industry committees.   He has consulted on many high profile projects that used FRPs including the restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater House and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Mr. Blaszak joined Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, LLC in September 2011.

 

Greg Norton

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Greg Norton is currently the Global Market Director for the Milliken Infrastructure & Wind business units.  Prior to this assignment, Greg was Global Market Manager for the Building & Bridges and Oil, Gas, + Industrial market segments.  These businesses focus on engineering, innovation, and product development in composites to support their customers in rehabilitating structures due to corrosion, damage, or errors.  In that role, Greg directed the sales and marketing, innovation and business strategy, and supply chain on a global basis.

Greg has an M.B.A. from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. 

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