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.
Any precast structure can be built from a “kit of parts” consisting of about a dozen types of precast components designed, formed and arranged to meet project requirements. High can fabricate standard and custom shapes and sizes to achieve your aesthetic, performance and sustainability objectives.
In these systems most major components are made from precast. Walls are typically loadbearing. Advantages are fast fabrication, year-round construction, fewer trades, no scaffolding, and passive fire resistance.
Enclosure systems include lightweight and conventional architectural cladding, insulated architectural cladding, and conventional and insulated loadbearing and non-loadbearing wall panels.
Parking Garage Systems
Structured above-ground parking with large bays for better parking efficiency and fewer precast members. Precast cladding for non-precast structures.