Dymat is short for Dynamic Materials.

We are a research and development company challenged to develop next generation FRP products.

Our FRP BT System is the strongest and most durable system available today. It was developed by the prolific inventor of FRP for infrastructure as a seismic retrofit. Dymat was founded by Ed Fyfe who is recognized around the world as the pioneer of the fiber reinforced polymer structural strengthening industry and possesses over 40 patents in the field.

Edward Fyfe Journey


After obtaining a degree in engineering from the University of British Columbia, Ed opened his first company, Elastometal Limited. Elastometal Limited was based upon Ed's own invention, the Fyfe Disc Bearing, a new concept in bridge bearings for the/ long span bridges introduced in the late sixties.


Ed invented and started to develop the concept of wrapping or strengthening concrete and other structures using high strength fibe


Ed started the Fyfe Group with the idea to strengthen deficient bridge columns in California using this high strength fiber, Fibrwrap®. It was not long before Ed Fyfe's concept was making major waves within the industry. The patented Fyfe Technology has made a great contribution to the retrofitting of structures.


San Diego Award Winner, Ed's dedication to innovation, ability to go above and beyond the typical business model, and passion for continued growth were contributing factors to him being named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year


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Ed's first Research for pipe application was in 1998 with a co-operative program at Arizona Power Nuclear facility 30 miles West of Phoenix, Arizona. Testing on full scale 67-inch diameter pipe both for dig up and outside Carbon Fiber Wrap and innovatively Wrap from the inside. Both programs were successful. The testing lead to 3 section of pipe under the railway on the section outside the plant, then 20 sections of pipe inside the plant (67 inch to 120 inch). This is the retrofit of PCCP (prestressed cylindrical concrete pipe) pipe. This project lead to many other carbon Fiber Reinforced pip projects. In 2008, projects on the steel pipe in Hong Kong were started. These projects used glass fiber with similar installation technics. Access was from the pipe end sections.


  1. Reinforcement system for increased lateral stability of wall
  2. Apparatus for Creating Electricity from Pressure Fluctuations in Pipes
  3. Expandable liner for the protection and strengthening of existing pipes
  4. Reinforcement system for increased lateral stability of flood wall
  5. System and method of reinforcing shaped columns
  6. Reinforcement system for increased lateral stability of flood wall
  7. System and method for increasing the shear strength of a framed structure
  8. System and method of reinforcing shaped columns
  9. System and method for increasing the shear strength of a structure
  10. System for reinforcing structure using site-customized materials
  11. Connector for reinforcing the attachment among structural components
  12. System and method for reinforcing structures
  13. Connector for reinforcing the attachment among structural components
  14. Fire protection coating for FRP-reinforced structure
  15. Blast resistant prefabricated wall units
  16. Method for repairing metal structure
  17. Method for repairing steel-reinforced concrete structure
  18. Repair jacket for pilings and method
  19. Anchor and method for reinforcing a structure
  20. Coating and method for strengthening a structure

Dymat Projects

  1. Miami Dade – August, 2011
  2. SDCWA – Pipelines 3 & 4 – Sept 2011
  3. MWD – Allen McColloch Pipeline – January, 2012
  4. MWD – Sepulveda Feeder – February, 2012
  5. WSSC 60in – July, 2012
  6. OCSD J1128 – October, 2012
  7. Louisville Water – January, 2013
  8. Clark County Water District CCWD – April 2013
  9. WSSC 96″ Potomac- May, 2013
  10. Miami Dade 48″ – July, 2013
  11. Mississippi River Power Corporation – July, 2013
  12. Dallas Water Utilities District 36″ – July 2013
  13. D C Water – September, 2013
  14. Dallas Water Utilities – District 84″ – October, 2013
  15. WSSC 66″ – December, 2013
  16. WSSC 48″ – December, 2013
  17. Austin 54″ – February, 2014
  18. Camden Properties – June 2019
  19. NXP Semiconductor – July 2019
  20. Twin Tower Properties – August 2020
  21. PEI DOT Timber Piles – January 2020
  22. Incarnate word – November 2022
  23. Illinois  Bridge – March 2022
  24. Nova Scotia – June 2020
  25. Point San Pablo Mar – September 2020
  26. Nova Scotia – May 2021
  27. Bridge Shanghai – May 2021
  28. Greece Architectural Pres. – June 2021
  29. Illinois Yamaua Point – July 2021
  30. California Hardened – November 2021
  31. NXP Oak Hill Plant – February 2022
  32. Laughlin Bridge – March 2022
  33. Atlantic Provinces – May 2022
*This is not a complete list and excludes private and confidential installations