BY LORI VALIGRA Steve Hassett, president of small Bath-based Custom Composite Technologies Inc., started as a wooden boat builder, but has maneuvered from that historic Maine industry into a new one in which the state is amassing expertise: composite materials. He’s still making parts for boats, but he now uses composites that end up in … Read more
Dec 12, 2012 Bath, Maine: The internationally acclaimed firm of Zaha Hadid Architects tapped Custom Composite Technologies to produce a set of 18 stalactites-a first for the decade-old Maine manufacturer. “Stalactites” is one of two fiberglass installations that CCTI fabricated for a Hadid exhibition that opened at New York’s Sonnabend Gallery on November 1, 2008.
BATH – Maureen and Stephen A. Hassett’s Bath-based company can build just about anything, provided the product is made from composite materials. Custom Composite Technologies’ skill at manufacturing custom-made components, primarily for the marine industry, has earned it a niche in the composites market that has caught on across the nation and especially the midcoast … Read more
A Bath company is working with a group of students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have a winning edge to their creation. Custom Composite Technologies is helping the MIT students to produce the mold for an electric car. Members of the solar-vehicle team visited the shop on Friday afternoon. Students and members of the … Read more
Steve Hassett will be a guest panelist at “Building Maine’s Innovation Networks”. Steve will be with other composite leaders in Maine on Saturday, November 13, in Camden, Maine. For more information on the conference, visit JuiceConference.org. This is another way that CCTI continues to give back to its community.