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Structural Precast Services

Structural Precast Modelling

We offer accurate structural precast modeling services at a quick turnaround time. We have advanced Autodesk tools such as Revit and AutoCAD. Such tools are targeted at detailing, modelling, planning, and taking complete control of all precast processes from development, design, erection, quality, and control. Our experts can handle structural precast modelling with extraordinary skills and offer fabrication level details and accurate shop drawings for structural beams, columns, insulated walls, walls, slabs, hollow cores, and filigree elements in the walls.

Structural precast services" generally refer to the design, manufacturing, and installation of precast concrete elements used in construction for structural purposes. Precast concrete is a type of construction material that is cast and cured in a controlled environment before being transported and set up on a construction site. This method offers several advantages, including improved quality control, reduced construction time, and enhanced durability.


Here are some of the most important components of structural precast services

Design and Engineering

This involves creating detailed plans and specifications for precast elements, ensuring they meet structural and architectural requirements. Each precast element's dimensions, structure, and reinforcement are determined collaboratively by engineers and designers.


Precast elements, such as columns, beams, walls, slabs, and panels, are manufactured in a specialized facility called a precast plant. The concrete is poured into molds, and various techniques are employed to achieve the desired finish and texture. The precast parts are transported to the construction site once they have been cured.


Precast elements are transported from the manufacturing plant to the construction site using specialized trucks or trailers. Careful planning and coordination are necessary to ensure safe transportation and avoid damage to the elements.


On-site installation involves lifting and placing the precast elements into their designated positions. Cranes or other large machines usually get used for this. Proper alignment, connection, and anchoring are essential for the building's structural stability.


Precast elements need to be connected securely to each other and to the rest of the building's structure. For creating strong and enduring connections, several methods like as welding, bolting, or grouting are utilized.

Finishing and Detailing

After installation, any necessary finishing touches are applied, such as sealing joints, applying coatings, or adding decorative elements. Precast elements may also be painted or textured to achieve the desired aesthetic appearance.

Quality Control

Strict quality control methods are followed throughout the process to ensure that the precast parts fulfill industry standards and project specifications. This involves evaluating the concrete mix, examining molds, and doing quality checks both before and after production.


Structural precast services offer benefits such as accelerated construction timelines, reduced on-site labor requirements, improved quality and consistency, and enhanced durability due to controlled curing conditions.

Overall, structural precast services play a crucial role in modern construction, enabling the creation of efficient, durable, and aesthetically pleasing buildings and infrastructure.