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.
Architectual Wall Panels
High Concrete Group’s wall systems consist of a variety of insulated and non-insulated panels, column covers, mullions, infill, and recladding panels. The panels can provide concrete answers to satisfy your design, program, and project delivery objectives.
Precast wall systems can be used with both steel and cast-in-place structural systems. They work seamlessly with a wide range of other building materials, enabling easy incorporation of brick, tile, stone, and glazing systems into a single, elegant, expressive facade that will stand the test of time.
Maximum Schedule Flexibility
Single-step rapid installation
Whether you require structural or nonstructural exterior walls, High Concrete’s
state-of-the-art, high-performance precast wall systems offer a broad array of durable,
aesthetic, insulating, and weather-tight options that deliver the value, quality, and
performance you need.
Maximum Design Flexibility
The form, color, and textural flexibility of precast concrete permit an expressiveness not achievable with any other single material. Even your most imaginative designs can be effectively realized through standard or custom solutions and carefully controlled factory production techniques.
Also suitable for interior cladding of large public areas, our wall systems can create
a variety of visual effects, ranging from the subtle to the dramatic.