AltusGroup precasters are licensed to produce CarbonCast® and Graphic Concrete at more than two dozen manufacturing facilities in North America. Find one close to you or your next project by using our map tool. Or see our member listing below the map. Remember, only AltusGroup members can supply you with CarbonCast and Graphic Concrete technology. (Find an ARCIS™ precaster instead.)
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Chomarat manufactures adhesive bonded non-woven scrims, scrim composites, carbon fiber C-GRID® and MeC-GRID® structural grids using fiberglass, polyester, Kevlar®, Twaron®, Spectra®, Vectran® and other high performance fibers.
Enterprise Precast is one the nation’s premier providers of high-quality architectural precast products for building exteriors. Enterprise serves the Midwest from facilities in Omaha, Neb., and Corsicana, Tex.
Gage Brothers is a fourth-generation business and a leading precaster in the north plains. For more than six decades, Gage has engineered and manufactured structural and architectural precast products. It offers CarbonCast enclosures from its Sioux Falls facility.
GPRM Prestress produces CarbonCast enclosures at its Kapolei plant, about 25 miles west of Honolulu.
High Concrete is the nation’s top producer of precast parking garages, a leading precast innovator and operator of the largest single-site precast operation of its kind in the United States.
Knife River produces architectural precast and/or prestressed concrete building cladding and framing components as well as moment frame beam/column components for buildings and elevated parking garages.
Marxuach specializes in architectural and structural solutions and complete precast building systems having completed over 300 precast commercial building applications in Puerto Rico since it was founded in 2000.
Metromont has production operations in both Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Florida and sales offices throughout the southeast as one of the nation’s largest and most innovative precasters, providing a wide range of precast/prestressed concrete building systems.
Mid-States engineers, manufactures and builds architectural and structural building envelopes and superstructures. Its Face to Face Solution™ offers design and building teams the easiest way to maintain a project’s design scope, schedule and price. Operating from its South Beloit, Ill., facility the third-generation family business is a leading precaster in the Midwest. (Plus we’re a ton of fun to work with.)
With more than 30 years of experience, Missoula Concrete Construction has become the premier precast concrete provider in Montana. Its modern production facility just west of Missoula enables the company to provide high-quality prestressed and precast products cost effectively
Saramac is a leading provider of precast concrete architectural elements. It has a solid reputation for prestige products featuring versatile designs that lend a distinctive signature of quality to a wide range of projects, from small buildings to major complexes.
Spring Valley Corp., is a facades manufacturing and marketing company in Ancaster, Ont., Canada, focused on thin precast exteriors using ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC). Spring Valley currently offers CAAST®, a proprietary, customizable panel using hybrid UHPC technology to deliver unique shapes, patterns and textures from in-house molds.
For over 50 years, Strescon Limited has designed, manufactured and installed prestressed/precast architectural, structural and environmental concrete products for the Canadian and U.S. market. Strescon Limited operates modern production facilities in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario, and has a New England Sales office in Burlington, Mass.
An EnCon United company, Stresscon manufactures architectural and structural building elements, including CarbonCast enclosures, and is recognized among the leading precast companies in the United States.
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