Precast Concrete

Precast concrete is one the immerging construction technologies in today’s ever changing environment.  Precast concrete is the process where concrete segments are formed and cured in a factory, transported to the building site and set into position.  Precast concrete has large infrastructure potential and small project applications.

Precast concrete is one of the most versatile and sustainable building materials available for today’s fast-paced, environmentally conscious construction.  Examples of precast concrete in commercial applications are bridges, parking garages, underground infustructure like piping, telephone and internet box culverts.  Examples of precast concrete in residential applications include garage flooring, basement walls and foundations.

Armstrong Masonry Repair, Inc. uses precast concrete in repair catch basins and raising the steel grate to grade or road height.  Many companies cut cost by not installing precast concrete grade rings.  Grade rings provide the strength when large vehicles drive over the catch basin.  Armstrong Masonry Repair, Inc. also uses precast concrete in securing structures with bad or poor foundation.

Precast concrete is the right application.  It is easy to install, has low lifetime costs, gets the job done fast and is a high quality product.