ATMI Precast is able to provide or source a complete selection of precast building construction components for the markets that we service. These architectural and structural components can be used in everything from a total precast building system, to precast parking decks and warehouses.
The Importance of Quality Precast Building Products
The quality of products you select for your projects is just as important (or even more important) as the design of your building. At ATMI Precast we pride ourselves on our ability to manufacture quality precast concrete products that will stand the test of time. Currently our plant houses 20 production tables for the manufacturing of precast t beams, double tee construction, precast panel construction, columns, slabs, arches, and more. Using different methods and techniques, we can help you achieve a total precast building system that is durable, sustainable, and beautiful.
A prestressed concrete wall panel or spandrel with a colored or textured finish.
A horizontal structural member, typically spanning precast concrete columns, to support floor components.
A vertical structural member, typically supporting precast concrete beams, spandrels or walls.
A higher load carrying, longer span floor member, double tee construction is required when long span and higher loading is required - typically for precast parking garage applications.
A shorter span floor member, hollow core slab construction is required when there is a low floor-to-floor height and lower profile is required.
Precast concrete units constructed with a layer of insulation between two widths of concrete, often used in warehouse, institutional, and retail applications.
A lite wall is a precast concrete wall panel featuring openings to allow light transfer and adjustable bearing conditions to allow for sloped ramping.
A variety of precast concrete components that can be combined to build a complete core and shell of the precast structure.
A solid vertical precast concrete wall panel specifically designed to resist shear loading within a building's footprint and transfer loads to the foundations.
A horizontal member, used to span between precast concrete columns and support floor components.