THE LEADER IN PRECAST SYSTEMS, SOLUTIONS AND INNOVATIONS
Superior Precast Concrete For Superior Results
For nearly 50 years, High Concrete Group has been providing the highest quality building components for use in the most challenging construction projects. Construction professionals choose High Concrete — one of the top precast companies in the nation — for all types of structures, from parking garages and commercial buildings to government structures and educational facilities.
Whether you're an architect, general contractor, construction manager, or engineer, precast concrete from High Concrete Group can benefit your project in a number of key ways. Our precast concrete offers design flexibility, improved safety, reliable performance, long-lasting durability, and unbeatable cost savings.
Our founders, the High Family, put forward the High Philosophy and we are proud to put that philosophy to work every day by Building Trustworthy Relationships and Being Innovative Leaders. We are proud of the work we do with our customers to bring their visions to life.
Together, we are Innovating Precast.
MORE DESIGN CHOICES
High Concrete offers the industry’s widest selection of additives, mixes, colors, textures, and finishes for total design flexibility.
Precast concrete from High Concrete has superior fire resistance and is also impact/blast resistant.
When it comes to performance, High Concrete provides the precast concrete that stands up to the rigors of the environment.
Mold, mildew, soil, and impact are no match for our precast concrete. The concrete we cast offers durability you can depend on for a longer life and lower maintenance requirements.
COST SAVINGSPre-stressed panels offer the ability to span greater distances than most building materials, in turn, reducing the number of pieces needed to complete your project.
Statue of Liberty Museum and Screening Facility
At this iconic location, now stands resilient structures that are dynamic in expression and were inspired by the irregularity of the water’s edge, as well as the geometry of the circular Flagpole Plaza. This is a one of a kind museum and screening facility that leads precast structures into a new level of strength and beauty.
Merging building into the landscape, the design eschews formality in favor of an asymmetrical design that embraces its dramatic setting and changes of form as visitors move around it. The vertical patterning of the precast concrete sandwich panels was inspired by the Palisades cliffs along the Hudson River. The project’s materials link the future of the Island with its past. Inspired by the idea that the museum has been “lifted” from the park, all vertical surfaces are rendered in irregular, vertical patterns suggestive of a tectonic shift; they provide a compositional counterpoint to the building’s dominant horizontality. The precast concrete panels have a deeply textured, irregular pattern, which creates dramatic shadows; this texture reflects the Palisades cliffs of New Jersey.
Penn State University Hershey Campus
Inspired by the rolling hills in Pennsylvania, the eye-catching waving spandrels are the first element to greet you as you drive onto the health campus and the last you pass as you leave. Being in such prime real estate, the owners did not want this to be an ordinary parking garage. The Architects took on the challenge with inspiration from the land around them and created a total precast concrete marvel with 1,235 parking spaces with room to expand as needed.
In 2012, the Christ Hospital Network in Cincinnati, Ohio, decided to add an orthopedic center of excellence to its already nationally renowned healthcare facility. The owners worked with an architect to design the seven-story, 381,000 ft2 LEED Silver-certified Joint & Spine Center, which linked it directly to the hospital’s existing surgical and imaging areas.
As part of the broader master plan, the client and architect agreed that the design for the Joint & Spine Center needed to reflect the historical redbrick vernacular of the other campus buildings. It also had to meet strict budget restrictions, deliver a watertight building envelope, and meet the high-performance goals set for the new building. All of these requirements would be met with a precast concrete design.
2016's Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award winner proves that precast concrete enables the most innovative architectural designs while providing a highly energy-efficient and durable envelope. One of the most prominent features of the building is the white precast concrete façade, which dips dramatically away from the walkway along the eastern edge, then tips back out again, much like the buildings in a Dr. Seuss story. “One of the key design challenges was to create that curved façade from precast panels,” says David Bosch, engineering team leader for High Concrete Group. The curved load-bearing design was achieved by assembling flat, traditional precast concrete panels to form a complex faceted geometry. An interlocking structural system was embedded within the panels to eliminate the need for traditional precast concrete spandrel panels. “The resulting façade creates an aesthetic versatility that is unique to the project,” Bosch says.
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