Our roots trace back to a press conference held at the National Composite Center (NCC), Kettering, Ohio in 2005. At this event, community and business leaders gathered to hear about a new company that would harness the unique features of FRP materials to design and manufacture high performance products for markets that did not traditionally use composites.
Before founding Composite Advantage, President Scott Reeve and Vice-President Andy Loff spent many successful years at NCC, developing technology and products for a wide range of customers. These unique skill sets would be the foundation for the new company’s products and customer base. Composite Advantage incubated at NCC until 2007, when they moved to their current facilities just north of downtown Dayton. Since then, the company has developed proprietary molding processes and Fiber Reinforced Polymer recipes that make it one of the few advanced material manufacturers able to fabricate very large, highly loaded structures - up to 100 ft. In 2012 and 2013, Composite Advantage increased its manufacturing capacity with two additional buildings and yard space.