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CMSI has InfraCore Inside

Experts in Advanced Materials Design and Manufacturing

At CMSI (CMS Infrastructure), we are experts in advanced materials design and manufacturing.

As a design and manufacturing company, we’ve been working in FRP composites for 7 years. From our earliest iterations, to our newest InfraCore Inside Technology, and the HCB( Hillman Composite Beam), we’re fast becoming the leader in Canada in advanced material change. Through FiberCore Europe, CMSI (CMS Infrastructure) is a part of a consortium of licensed partnerships, from around the world. From aeronautical, to civil engineers, we collaborate to find solutions for the most complex projects. From lock gates to ship hulls. Potash infrastructure to helidecks, we embrace each challenge with proven technology, and patented designs. In addition to our bridge manufacturing services, we also offer a variety of manufacturing-related consulting and engineering services. We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services possible.

Get access to exclusive videos about composite materials, advanced manufacturing processes, and our products and services from our experts and partners. Our videos are designed to answer your questions and offer insight





Who is CMS Group of Companies?

A thoughtful discussion on the CMS Group of Companies by our Founder & CEO, Shawn Beamish

Latest Videos from CMSI (CMS Infrastructure)

CMSI Manufacturing of a Composite Ship Camel

CMSI provided design, engineering, and manufacturing, for this project addressing the specifications, and performance expectations of our client. These are single infusions, and VARTM process, weighing up to 8,000 lbs when complete. Each panel assembly can have up 800 individual parts including 196 individual stainless-steel plates. The stainless-steel plates are carefully drilled and tapped after infusion to provide the bolting features we need for mounting other external components in the final assembly. The final assembled product will use 196 panels of various sizes to complete two 235, 000 lb structures

 CMSI-Advancing Material Change. 

One of our large single infusions using the VARTM process. This represents one of 196 components in a Navy Camel assembly. 

-Dimensions - 55’7” x 11’8” x 6” thickness

-Weight – 10,100 lbs.

What is Hillman Composite Beam?

John Hillman explains how the HCB is built with different building materials, resulting in a cost effective composite beam designed to be stronger, lighter, and more corrosion resistant compared to traditional concrete materials.

Benefits of Hillman Composite Beam Technology

What are the benefits of Hillman Composite Beam and how does it differ from traditional materials?

Engineering Behind The Hillman Composite Beam

The engineering behind the Hillman Composite Beam (HCB) was developed to solve common problems with conventional materials.

Testing Hillman Composite Beam

Just how strong is the Hillman Composite Beam? We put it to the test to know how much load-bearing capacity an HCB beam could take to compare it with traditional concrete beams used for bridge manufacturing. This video showcases the advanced manufacturing capabilities of our composite bridge products.

How does a Hillman Composite Beam compare to a Concrete Beam? compare to a Concrete Beam?

How does Hillman Composite Beam (HCB) bridge engineering compare to traditional materials when building a bridge? Here are the answers to our most commonly asked questions.

What are the standard sections of a Hillman Composite Beam?

Hillman Composite Beams are used in a variety of structural bridge design projects. In this video, you will learn about the standard sections of a Hillman Composite Beam and how they can be customized for your specific project requirements.

Bridges Manufactured with Hillman Composite Beams (HCB)

Hillman Composite Beam has been used in bridges across North America for pedestrian and traffic bridges, railway bridges, and even piers that survived a category 4 hurricane on the oceanfront in Maine.

Hillman Composite Beam Construction Sequence

Hillman Composite Beam (HCB) offers a unique solution for bridge construction, ensuring structures are both super-durable and light in weight yet remarkably strong.
Through this video, John Hillman explains the innovative process that transforms HCB into bridges capable of incredible load-bearing capability - far beyond traditional designs!

Performance Plus - Testing Hillman Composite Beam at Virginia Tech

How do you conduct a structural inspection on HCB beams? John Hillman answers this question and more that highlights the strength and benefits of HCB over traditional beams.

Previous CMSI Videos

Hillman Composite Beam - Superior Advancements in Bridge Technology

We know the limitations of traditional materials. We've partnered with HCB which combines the durability of Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) Composites with the low-cost and functional advantages of concrete and steel. The result is a cost-competitive, resilient bridge system benefitting from the extended service life inherent in composite materials.

What if you could build better? Hillman Composite Beam

What if you could build bridges better? Join CMSI (CMS Infrastructure) and Hillman Composite Beam in how we're revolutionizing bridge engineering and construction.

Advancing Material Change - Qualities of FRP Bridges

A better way to build bridges - Learn about CMSI's (CMS Infrastructure's) InfraCore FRP (Fibre Reinforced Polymer), bridges and the unique attributes that contribute to their longevity, low environmental impact and durability

Advancing Material Change - Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP)

Jan Peeters and the development of the InfraCore Inside Technology - Learn about InfraCore FRP (Fibre Reinforced Polymer), the process in which it is manufactured, and its benefits


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