How was Jesmonite developed?
Jesmonite was invented by Peter Hawkins, in the early 1980s. Peter, originally a joiner, went on to become a concrete technologist, experimenting in new technology. It was the introduction of acrylic that laid the path for Peter to develop a new product, AC100, which is still used today world-wide. Over the last 35 years the product has been under continuous development, and has been extensively tested in various fields of application. The formulations now extend to a range of high quality materials that is widely used by architects, manufacturers and the creative arts sector.