We provide clients with access to a highly experienced team of designers, engineers, manufacturers and project managers who can take an ambitious idea and deliver a high-performance composite solution.
The managers and team at Magma Structures were responsible for building carbon composite masts and Dyna-Rigs for the world’s top three largest private sailing vessels.
Our senior engineers are respected global leaders in composites and their applications, who draw upon experience and technologies proven in high-performance sectors such as oil and gas, marine, wind energy, Formula 1 motorsport, automotive engineering and aerospace.
Magma Structures has unparalleled expertise in delivering technologically advanced solutions with highly complex project management implications, and record-breaking composite material projects at an unprecedented scale.
Our team is uniquely positioned to harness the potential of composite structures to deliver bespoke, high-value solutions for clients.
Magma Structures Managing Director Andrew Shaw has a team that is highly experienced in developing composites to reduce weight and improve strength to weight ratio, for key requirements such as superyacht masts and Dyna-Rigs and the oil and gas, transport, defence and aerospace industries.
Damon is an expert in innovative mechanical design engineering for composites, manufacturing techniques and load analysis of major engineering structures. He is also a pioneer in fibre optic strain monitoring systems for use in design, modelling, manufacturing and through-life monitoring.
Andy has been instrumental in successfully driving the benefits of carbon composite structures into new sectors such as oil and gas, transport and marine. He is an expert in composite engineering solutions, bridging the complex gap between client design ideas and robust composite structures.
John has been principal engineer on the design and build of all three of our large superyacht rig projects. With an extensive background in testing and load monitoring in composites he is a key contributor to the development of our fibre optic monitoring systems.