The name Raven was taken from the founder’s favorite poem by Edger Allen Poe, The Raven, along with a play on words. The word corbel, which is used to describe the top section or cone of a manhole, is derived from an old French term which finds its roots in the Latin word for raven, corvus, due to the similarity of the shape of the brick to a Raven’s beak.
|Raven was founded and the first epoxy manhole application was completed. This epoxy later became known as the Raven 405, the company’s flagship product.|
|Raven Certified Applicator program created to have contractor’s factory trained in both equipment usage and coating application.|
|Raven ownership change (current owners).|
|AquataPoxy, NSF certified products used in potable water applications, added to Raven product line.|
|Raven introduces line of cements including Raven 705CA, calcium aluminate product and 755, Portland based product. Rob Pawlak became President of Raven Lining Systems.|
|Raven introduces its Polyurethane/Polyurea product lines for wastewater and secondary containment applications. Raven also introduced AquataFlex 510, NSF certified for potable water applications.|