Founded in 1982, Fibrebond has grown from a small manufacturer of concrete buildings used in microwave communications into a sophisticated, cutting-edge manufacturer of concrete structures for the telecommunications, education and corrections markets.
The company was founded by Claud Walker, a businessman who recognized the emerging wireless telecommunications market's potential and understood the industry's need for a strong, durable, aesthetic shelter to protect equipment.
By 1984, the company's growth allowed it to expand from a small site in Bossier City, LA to a 170-acre site in Minden, LA, where its headquarters are today. The company began to focus on the development of panelized buildings that could protect the sensitive equipment used by the emerging cellular telephone industry. Today, Fibrebond equipment shelters can be found in all 50 states and several foreign countries. The company takes pride in playing a significant role in the build-out of the nation's wireless telecommunications system.
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CMH would gladly recommend any of our clients to use Fibrebond modular cell units on their criminal justice/correctional projects.
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CMH Architects, Inc. has now successfully completed two projects using Fibrebond’s modular cell products. Your products and the delivery/installation of these cells have proven to be everything that you promised when we first contacted your firm about joining our team for the Design Build Project for Talladega County. Both that project with cells for 220 beds and the recently completed City of Anniston Justice Center with cells for 110 beds are projects that highlight your firm’s high quality modular cell product.
However, your firm has given us an even greater reason for specifying your products and that is your team of highly professional staff members that effectively manage your projects from beginning to end. Ritchie Reid and Tim Clifton have been a joy to work with on both projects. From the planning and engineering stages through the installation of the cells and to the
resolving of any on-site issues, we couldn’t have been more pleased with the professionalism and “can do” attitude from Ritchie, Tim and all of the production, engineering, and installation personnel that Fibrebond has assigned to help us make our projects the best they can be for our clients.
In conclusion, CMH would gladly recommend to any of our clients that they use Fibrebond modular cell units on their criminal justice/correctional projects.
We look forward to working with your firm on many more projects in the future.
CMH Architects, Inc.
Billy R. Morace, Jr.
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Fibrebond was a great company to work with, and they have a friendly staff working for them!
Fibrebond was very knowledgeable and willing to go above and beyond to work with our company.
We formed a great partnership and provided Webster Parish School Board with a fantastic finished product.
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Through the use of Fibrebond's Precast Concrete Construction methods, a total of 32 jail cells were assembled and connected to the existing Justin Sollohub Justice Center in Anniston, Alabama.
"With the addition of the jail cells, the justice center is right on schedule and about 28 percent complete", said Dale Williamson, superintendent on the job and the construction manager on the project.
Jay Jenkins, an Anniston City Councilman who was hired as the architect on the project before his appointment to the council, said the use of modular cells is just one of several methods to build the cells.
“We chose this method because we found it to be the most efficient and cost-effective,” Jenkins said.
An added benefit is that they arrive complete with doors, windows, electrical wiring and plumbing chases, sinks and toilets cast into them.
“They create a tamper-proof environment,” Jenkins said. “They’re really hard to get out of.”