Bullet-absorbing precast concrete helps re-create a safe, realistic Iraqi village for live fire training.
Railing rough and tough enough to withstand 60 mph-plus vehicle impacts - and it just so happens to look good too.
On a California beach, manhole shafts provide a delightful alternative to block construction for restroom facilities.
A massive construction project at the bustling Port of Tacoma calls on precast concrete for speed of installation.
Clients are demanding greener, more sustainable buildings. Precast concrete manufacturers, contractors and specifiers are increasingly being asked to provide a product that can demonstrate environmentally responsible attributes.
Precast of the future?
Precast panels help NYSDOT make emergency bridge repairs without shutting down a major artery into New York City.
The total cost of ownership equals quality, service, delivery and price.
Giant precast endwalls support a road above a stream in a small Maryland town.
The state of North Carolina chooses “turnkey” precast concrete construction to improve speed, quality control and safety – and to cut costs.
Reinforcing the West Mission Bay Drive Bridge with precast concrete helps span the budget gap.
A national cemetery turns to precast concrete to ease burgeoning demands for burial space.