Precast concrete and precast concrete products

Incorporating precast concrete products in your design provides reliable and speedy construction as well as:

  • flexible designs and finishes
  • high level heat and noise insulation
  • cost effective and affordable building option.
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Precast products for commercial and industrial application

Precast concrete wall and flooring panels are ideal for large scale developments. Conscientious design of precast buildings ensures not only interesting shapes and finishes but can also increase its reusability. Precast concrete products do not require extensive finishes and are easy to assemble, reducing time and construction costs. Our Precast Division provide a complete service, from assisting with design, production of shop drawings, manufacture of the quality Precast Concrete components to specification and the delivery to site, ready for erection.

Precast products for residential application

Precast concrete walls have a high thermal mass and are available in a range of finishes. Precast concrete reduces noise, absorbs CO2, does not attract mould or mildew and is fire resistant.

Precast products for architectural application

The use of precast concrete in design holds a range of benefits in terms of construction cost, product stability and site efficiency. Even within specification parameter precast concrete offers significant design flexibility and a range of attractive and functional finishes.

  • Silicone or polyurethane form liners are used to produce patterned finishes on panels.
  • Acrylic, polyurethane or epoxy based anti graffiti coatings can be applied.
  • The use of retarders for an exposed aggregate finish
  • Polished concrete

Our latest projects we have been part of

As part of its commitment to providing quality, sustainable services for Tasmanians on low incomes who are, or may become, […]

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Using the latest and best available in thermally efficient design and materials has delivered a design with an 8.8 Star […]

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Proposals to build a dam on the Meander River in Northern Tasmania go back to at least 1968. After more […]

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