High Concrete Group is starting an $8 million expansion of its Denver plant that could create 50 to 70 jobs, the company announced Wednesday.
High Concrete president John “J.” Seroky said the year-long project, which he described as a manufacturing “revitalization,” will help it meet growing demand for its architectural precast concrete.
Seroky said the expansion will boost High Concrete’s architectural-precast manufacturing capacity and efficiency, lower the site’s carbon footprint and improve working conditions.
Precast wall panels provide the detailing needed to make a building stand out in a crowd.
Architectural precast can be used to create pleasing patterns and colors that communicate to visitors and owners.
Hotel facades with character support branding and integrate effectively into their neighborhoods.