Precast Concrete | Pre-cast Concrete | Precast Construction
Precast concrete is the term used for concrete construction goods that are made in molds under controlled conditions and then delivered to construction sites. This strategy, first utilized in 1905, creates concrete products that are greater in quality and uniformity than standard concrete components that are poured and cured on-site. Because precast concrete products are produced in controlled environments, there is better control over quality and workmanship than can typically be found in outdoor concrete construction settings. By producing the products in precast plants, the concrete is afforded the opportunity to cure to exact specifications and the molds can be very easily reused.