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Feature Brief: Mother Nature Has Met Her Match

It’s no secret that Mother Nature and the construction industry haven’t always had the best relationship.  From violent storms to freezing winters, there are some building materials that simply won’t work in certain regions.  Luckily for us, precast concrete is designed and tested specifically to withstand extreme climates and conditions from hot to cold. In this week’s feature brief titled Read More

Feature Brief: Mind Your Business

While we often talk about the many performance benefits that precast can offer, its most impressive feature may be the number of industries that opt to use precast. From gummi bears to schools to retailers and data centers, FABCON has worked across a broad spectrum of industries to help businesses and organizations with their new Read More

Feature Brief: We Mean High Performance

While precast offers a multitude of advantages, nothing is more important to FABCON than safety, durability and sustainability.   In the feature brief titled ‘We Mean High Performance’, we take a closer look at the performance benefits that precast offers; including a versatile design process, minimal maintenance and superior functionality.

Feature Brief: Winter Construction Risks

From time delays to product quality and safety, winter weather poses several potential obstacles for building contractors and their projects.  Precast wall panels are built in controlled environments, allowing for better quality and stability.  See how FABCON has addressed cold weather challenges and why Precast is a safe concrete option for winter construction.

Feature Brief: Surprise – That’s Precast

From grocery stores to schools, arenas, breweries and everything in between, you may be surprised by the number of buildings you visit each day that are constructed with precast. Businesses and organizations of all sizes choose precast every day because of how customizable and cost-effective it can be – especially in short timetables. In this Read More

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