Precast Concrete

Precast concrete is poured to molds and cured offsite in a controlled environment prior to being hauled to the building site for a way to improve quality and decrease lag times for installation. Precast concrete fittings can be found in kitchens and baths; the substance can also be used for slabs, columns, beams, walls, stairways, pavers and modular boxes such as garden planters.

Cathy Schwabe Architecture

The pavers and planter box covers of these patio steps are made of precast concrete, whereas the walls and planter boxes were thrown onsite.

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture

Precast concrete can be completed in an assortment of textures by utilizing course or fine aggregate. Additionally, it may be tinted, as these pavers are.

McClellan Architects

These steps around the boulder look looked like they had been poured in place, but the pavers are in reality precast concrete.

Arterra Landscape Architects

Fabricating precast concrete in a controlled environment means the mix is consistent and so are less likely to crack.

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