Building the Impossible

No way. Can’t be done. That’s not possible.

We’ve heard it all more times than we can count, and every time we took on the challenge with relish…and succeeded. We don’t just engineer architectural solutions with acrylics and polymers; we literally make dreams come true. From aquariums and skypools, to furniture and signage, we dare you to bring us that project everyone else rejected. Because we build the impossible. Every. Single. Day.

A GLOBAL REPUTATION

It takes a dedicated staff to build the impossible, and our experienced team goes above-and-beyond every time. Wherever you are in the world, whatever punishing conditions you face, our global manufacturing capabilities will get the job done. From planning and engineering, to design and installation, the industry’s smartest people handle everything from the first sketch to the final screw.

Our Experience

DESIGN WITH PASSION

We don’t just breathe life into your ideas; we throw lightning bolts at them. Wherever you are in the process, our rockstar designers combine the latest technology and techniques with mold-breaking solutions. Not only will the result be beyond anything you imagined, it will also be on time and budget.

How We Work

ADVANCED RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING

How do you stay one step ahead of the competition? You don’t. You stay miles in front, with a dedicated research and development team looking into groundbreaking solutions no-one else has even considered. It’s why our competitors cannot come close to the complex acrylic and polymer material structures we engineer. And our “never stop pushing” philosophy means they never will.

What We've Done

A Worldwide Portfolio

Reynolds Polymer is world-renowned because we’ve built the impossible in every corner of the globe. 57 countries. 1,900 successful projects. And thousands of satisfied customers. We’re not saying we’re the world’s leading acrylic and polymer material project company to brag. It’s just a cold, hard fact.

OUR CUSTOMERS DO OUR ADVERTISING

Disney

“In challenging the creative process to extend beyond what others have done, one needs technical experts such as you to travel with us to those outer limits.  The Living Seas pavilion at Epcot Center was such a project.  We needed single casting acrylic windows far larger than anyone ever attempted to manufacture and you accomplished that challenge.  This important accomplishment is one in which the media and public are beginning to show considerable interest.” 

Michael D. EisnerChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Jane’s Carousel

“… thank you for the hard work and generosity that you and your firm contributed to Jane’s Carousel. The finished product exceeded our wildest expectations and we could not be more proud to be able to make this amazing contribution to the children of New York for generations to come. Please know that we could not have done it without you.”

Jed WalentasPROJECT REPRESENTATIVE, TWO TREES MANAGEMENT CO. LLC

SNO

“’King’ Arthur got the Nobel…couldn’t have done it without your acrylic vessel – thanks!”

Peter J. DoeCENPA University of Washington