of structural members especially of concrete; cast into form before being transported to the site of installation
A technique where mold construction and pouring occur offsite. Even surfaces occur more often with this technique, but it does require moving the final piece to the installation site. There are advantages and disadvantages to this technique, but it is the Cheng-preferred technique for making concrete countertops and is also recommended for use with our NeoMix Pro-Formula product. Visit Product+Technical FAQs for more discussion.
Concrete shapes made separately before being used in a structure.
a concrete member that is cast and cured in other than its final position; the process of placing and finishing precast concrete
Precast concrete is placed and cured in a factory or at some point other than its final position on a construction job site. Compare to cast-in-place.
A concrete unit, structure or member that is cast and cured in an area other than its final position or place.
Common term for material composed of concrete which is cast in molds before being applied to a building. May be structural or ornamental pieces.
A concrete product not poured in place.
concrete Concrete components cast in a factory or on site before being placed in position.
A concrete component horizontal structural member that is cast and cured in other than its final position.
Concrete building components which are formed and cured at a factory and then transported to a work site for erection.