As we already know, precast concrete is an efficient, cost-effective way to create multiple building elements. Since the materials are made in a factory or casting yard, many variables like weather, time, and space can be controlled. This means more accuracy and less guess-work when it comes to a building project. However, have you considered other ways precast concrete can be used to further a project and create quality components quickly? At Permacast Precast Concrete Fencing & Walls, we see the possibilities and want to help you see them, too.
PCI Foundation's and Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute's Project Precast debuted this year at the groups' annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky, and by all accounts it was a smashing success. The design competition, hailed as "a cross between Shark Tank and Project Runway," saw teams compete for... View More
Ready to live smarter? Here at Permacast, we're fans of making choices that are better for the environment. Whether that means using more efficient, energy-friendly processes to build our walls or taking just a few simple measures to make our homes as eco-savvy as possible.... View More
We love to look into the future, and today's view is all about landscaping. One of the most interesting areas to watch when it comes to home design and construction is in the realm of green spaces, where we're getting infinitely more creative and customized.... View More
Ready to take the open-living concept to the next level?
Indoor-outdoor living designs are among some of the most innovative going these days. Designers, architects, and homeowners are discovering ingenious ways to extend the living space, blurring the lines between the indoors and the outdoors. We're... View More
We've all heard about 3D printing and how it's transforming various aspects of the building and architecture community. But what are the implications for precast concrete?
The most obvious benefit of 3D tech is that it operates without a physical form. We can create the product we... View More
Since the beginning of 2018, industry experts have been predicting a strong year for construction across the board. Using data gathered from late 2017, sources such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics emphasized that 30,000 construction jobs were added prior to January 2018, and that... View More