Precisioneering  | Our History
About Precisioneering
Our History
Our History
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Precisioneering Ltd. was founded in 1964 by Doug Richardson. Mr. Richardson was also a founding member of the Canadian Government Specifications Board (CGSB) committee that generated the first ever Canadian Fiberglass Chemical Resistant Process Equipment Specification CGSB-41-GP-22 in 1969.
This specification is still in use today to control the fabrication of Chemical Resistant FRP equipment. During this initial period in the fiberglass equipment industry, Precisioneering worked closely with a variety of the key customers in the industry to develop many of the FRP products that are continuing to be used today. This practice of working closely with the FRP customer base to develop innovative, long lasting and cost effective products continues today at Precisioneering.

Our Expertise & Commitment
Precisioneering maintains a strong focus on the following areas of expertise:

Engineering: Precisioneering employs dedicated Product Engineers in each product category. This ensures that all aspects of fiberglass design are handled by Precisioneering. With 5 Engineers on staff, Precisioneering has over 100 years of FRP Engineering experience. This allows customers to avoid hiring a separate Engineering Service company, thus saving costs as well as the complexity in coordinating separate Engineering and Fabrication companies. It also ensures that the end FRP product will meet all specifications and provide many years of uninterrupted service. Precisioneering is also open to working with customers that prefer to use their own Engineering resources.

Experience: Precisioneering been in business since 1964 and has maintained a similar product focus since the company’s founding. Precisioneering has an experienced long term workforce with many fabricators having over 25 years experience.

The best testament however is the strong customer loyalty and reputation that the company has maintained since 1964. The company’s extensive long term Engineering resources ensure that all products are designed for long trouble free service.

Quality Control: Precisioneering employs a dedicated Quality Control Manager. Strict QC procedures are followed and maintained in the company’s Quality Manual. This Quality Manual covers all aspects of Precisioneering’s operation to control quality including: Quality Policies, Organization, Documentation, Inspection of Received Goods, In-Process Inspection, Finished Goods Inspection, Record Retention and Controls as well as Non-Conformance Reporting and Corrective Action Procedures. Precisioneering’s long term dedicated work force ensures that the QC procedures are implemented and the fabrication is completed exactly as specified and per the customer approved CAD drawings.