Architectural Pre Cast

Precast concrete consists of concrete (a mixture of cement, water, aggregate and often admixtures) that is cast into specific shapes at a location other than its final in-­service position.

The concrete is placed into a form, or mold typically made of wood or steel, and cured before being stripped from the form, typically the following day. These components are then transported to the construction site for erection into place.

Precast concrete is a high performance material that integrates easily with other systems and inherently provides the versatility, efficiency, and resiliency needed to meet the multi-hazard requirements and long-term demands of high performance structures.

USM Precast sign

Precast Stone can be used to create detailed signs

St Gabriel Catholic Church in McKinney, TX