Fabcon Blog

Fabcon Hires Mark Pederson as Chief Financial Officer

SAVAGE, Minn. – Feb. 1, 2012 –Mark Pederson, a highly experienced and respected financial officer in the Twin Cities’ construction industry, has been named CFO at Fabcon, a leading manufacturer of high-quality precast concrete solutions. Pederson’s responsibilities at Fabcon will include oversight of finance, accounting, treasury, risk management, contracts, information systems, and legal matters. Prior Read More

U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar Tours Fabcon Manufacturing Plant

SAVAGE, Minn. – Nov. 22, 2011 – U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar yesterday visited Fabcon, a leading manufacturer of high-quality precast concrete solutions. Senator Klobuchar’s appearance coincided with her “Made in America” economic tour which has led the Senator to visit businesses across Minnesota. Senator Klobuchar believes innovation is essential to promoting long-term economic growth and Read More

Sustainable Concrete Design: Green in More Ways Than One

At Fabcon, we set out to create a panel that allows builders to leverage the benefits of green building. The result of our efforts is VersaCore+Green™, which Fabcon introduced in March. At the same price as its predecessor, VersaCore Plus, VersaCore+Green offers the highest R value (a measurement of energy efficiency) of any Fabcon panel. Read More

Fabcon Celebrates 40 Years of Innovation in Precast Manufacturing

SAVAGE, Minn. – Oct. 14, 2011 – Fabcon, a leading manufacturer of high-quality precast concrete solutions, is celebrating 40 years of innovation. Founded in 1971, Fabcon provides wall panels, highway traffic barriers, columns and sound walls for commercial and residential construction. “Optimizing the quality and cost efficiency of our portfolio through manufacturing innovation has helped Read More

Fabcon helps preserve wetlands while moving toward water sustainability

Fabcon, a major producer of pre-cast concrete walls and a leader in green construction, has built an innovative storm-water management system on its Minnesota manufacturing site to help protect a nearby wildlife preserve. The award-winning project carries another environmental plus: It allows Fabcon to recycle rainfall run-off, a major step toward sustainability in the water-thirsty Read More

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