Fabcon Blog

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

FABCON Welcomes Two Drafters to Minnesota Office

FABCON is pleased to announce the addition of Dave Kraemer and Shannon Laughton as the newest Drafters at company’s Minnesota office.  Both Dave and Shannon bring valuable experience and perspective to FABCON’s drafting team. Dave Kraemer brings with him a variety of career experiences and perspectives including time spent as an armored car driver, semi-truck driver, and aircraft mechanic Read More

FABCON Announces Two Manager Appointments

FABCON is pleased to introduce two new Manager appointments within the company.  Pat Krommendyk will be FABCON’s new Manager of Sourcing, while Paul Schreifels has been named the new Manager of Supply Chain.  Pat brings 18 years of Sourcing experience to FABCON from Seagate, where he was the Director of Purchasing.  In his role, Pat will lead Read More

Feature Brief: The Speed and Efficiency of Precast

Speed is a strategy. No matter how large or small your commercial construction project is, meeting schedule milestones is essential.  Structural, insulated precast concrete wall panels offer an integrated solution that reduces construction time. This feature brief takes a closer look at how FABCON has leveraged our manufacturing and construction capabilities to help our partners Read More

FABCON Welcomes Ted Locklear as Corporate Reliability Engineer

FABCON is pleased to welcome Ted Locklear as the company’s new Corporate Reliability Engineer. Ted brings more than 26 years of experience to FABCON, including 20 years in the United States Air Force, where he served in a variety of roles including F-15 Crew Chief, Aircraft Maintenance Management Instructor and Training Superintendent.  Ted also lead Maintenance Read More

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