How could America improve building efficiency?

Living in a land with so many natural enemies to buildings as the US makes me wonder why we are not better utilizing existing construction technology to manage the impacts of natural disasters better. Hurricanes, tornados, floods, mass forest fires and other disasters almost always result in mass destruction of our “stick built” construction mentality….

3 trends to keep track of in 2019

Are you pondering what the year of 2019 brings to the precast industry? Or what kind of issues should be kept in mind during the future precast production? Here’s my view on some of the major trends in the precast business that have increased in importance during the past few years. Sustainable precast Climate change,…

Thank you 2018 and welcome 2019

Once again we are approaching the end of the year – we hope that all of you have had not only an excellent precasting year, but also a happy year in your personal life. This time we wanted to take a brief look at what has happened during the past year and what is coming…

4 tips on how to choose precast production technology for your project

Do you have a construction project, where you need to decide which construction method to go for? Are your thoughts turning towards precast, but you aren’t sure how to go forward? Together with my team I have collected some tips and tricks, which will help you to reach the best results in your construction projects…

How to adopt precast concrete as your building technology?

Are you pondering about the suitability of precast concrete structure to your construction projects but are not quite sure how to evaluate its benefits? Do you need a clear cost calculation and a plan for the most suitable precast products for your project? If this sounds familiar, concept design services will help you in adopting…

Building affordable housing with 30% less material consumption

The reality facing most developing cities is rapid population growth  that makes it a big challenge to keep up with the huge demand for good quality housing, services and infrastructure. Typical demands set for builders in rapidly expanding cities are manifold: • Cost pressure, need for affordable housing • Pressure to use local raw materials…