Precast Concrete Finishes Architectural Precast Concrete

Precast Concrete Finishes Architectural Precast Concrete

U C A C Connections for Architectural Precast Concrete

Page 4 DN-32 Connections for Architectural Precast Concrete ity connections can be concealed in the interior finish, load will be applied to the edge of the floor slab or roof deck. This generally means that the deck must cantilever some distance over the edge beam. In the precast con-nection design, it is assumed that the deck cantilever has

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Precast Concrete - Wausau Tile | Architectural Products

Precast Concrete. Big ideas start with a blank canvas and Wausau Tile’s custom precast concrete provides the palette for painting a masterpiece. Concrete wall panels, columns, seat walls, pool copings and tree grates are just a glimpse in to Wausau Tile’s capabilities. From stunning streetscapes to cascading stairs to contoured cur , the

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Precast Concrete Steps & Decks | PROFORM

Our precast concrete steps and decks are produced in four distinguished products lines: Standard, Presidential, Exposed and Stonehenge finish. These products are fully customizable (width, depth, rise) with a variety of color and aggregate options. Our wide range of step and deck molds can produce a minimum of 35 custom steps and decks per 8

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Concrete Finishes - Fabcon Precast

Concrete Finishes. Precast. It’s not what you thinkit’s what you envision. Fabcon’s precast panels are available in an astonishing variety of colors and finishes. When you consider the scope of naturally-occurring aggregates, pigments and custom imprint capabilities, the only

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SECTION 03450 ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST CONCRETE

B. Finishes for Architectural Precast Concrete: 1. Finish: Light acid etch. 2. Color: To match existing precast concrete on a campus building as directed by the Campus Architect. C. Patching: 1. Minor patching in the plant will be acceptable provided the structural adequacy of the product is not impaired. 2.

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Architectural Benefits of Precast Concrete Walls

Architectural Benefits of Precast Concrete Walls Precast concrete architectural panels and walls have been a quiet revolution within the architectural design world. Many of those new buildings and walls that look like they could be built from stone or bricks could actually be precast concrete.

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SECTION 03 45 00 - PRECAST ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

A precast concrete erector Qualified by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) prior to beginning work at the project site. Submit a current Certificate of Compliance furnished by PCI designating qualification in // Category A (Architectural Systems) for non-load-bearing members // // Category S2 (Complex Structural Systems) for load

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PDF Plant-precast Architectural Concrete

PLANT-PRECAST ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES A. Architectural precast concrete wall panels. B. Architectural precast concrete lintels, sills, copings, and trim. C. Architectural precast concrete pavers. D. Supports, anchors, and attachments. E. Perimeter and intermediate joint seals. F. Grouting under panels.

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Precast Concrete - Scott Construction

Precast Concrete At our Nelson facilities we manufacture precast concrete products which we supply and erect on client's sites. We operate a heated concrete bed, as well as a steel bed, for high-quality architectural finishes. Our bed also has rolling covers so we can produce panels in a controlled environment, regardless of the weather.

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New Architectural Precast Certification Program - PCI

The aesthetic appearance of architectural precast concrete is infinite. With the choice of aggregates, form liners, pigments, and textures the architect can achieve a wide variety of design objectives. Precast concrete is a high performance material that integrates easily with other systems and inherently provides the versatility, efficiency

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PDF ITEM 615.0105xxMO PRECAST ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

F. Samples of each type of finish indicated on exposed surfaces of precast architectural concrete units, in sets of 3, illustrating full range of finish, color, and texture variations expected; approximately 8 inches square by 2 inches thick.

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