Precast Concrete

Precast Concrete is an ancient type of construction material made with concrete cast in a reusable mold or "form" which is then cured in a controlled environment, transported to the construction site and lifted into place. In contrast, standard concrete is poured into large forms and cured on site. Precast stone is distinguished from precast concrete by using a fine aggregate in the mixture so the final product approaches the appearance of naturally occurring rock or stone.

The use of precast concrete in construction is now widely regarded as an economic, durable, structurally sound and architecturally versatile form of construction. The benefits of factory-made precast are recognised as making a significant contribution to lean construction.

Jensen Precast is among the largest independently owned precast concrete companies in the United States. They operate twelve facilities, with over 1,000 employees, and more than 120 dedicated delivery vehicles. Precast concrete is their only business, and 40 years of expertise reflects that singular concentration.

They design and manufacture standard and custom precast concrete products and Precast Concrete Septic Tanks to meet large-scale infrastructure demands for highway construction, retaining walls, electric and gas utility, telecommunications, water, on-site wastewater, and sewage applications.
The Jensen Precast Engineering Department helps their customers design and select the best product for any application. They provide recommendations and guidance on a wide range of civil engineering applications.
They employ a staff of licensed Professional Engineers, EIT's, AutoCAD designers, and draftsmen: all qualified and experienced in precast concrete design. This unique engineering capability allows Jensen Precast to quickly provide the needed engineering details required by their customers. Everything they manufacture is produced from professionally reviewed and sealed structural calculations and drawings.