Precast technology delivers the best mix of speed, quality and value. The use of the technology helps in saving up to 60% of total man hours, improves the resilience of the structure and is more environmentally sustainable.


Easy handling - Due to the controlled casting environment it is easier to control the mix, placement and curing

Better quality - Quality can be monitored much more easily as the components are manufactured in a controlled environment

Weather-independent - As the production is largely indoors, the vagaries of the weather do not wreck timelines and product quality

Not labour-intensive - The number of hands required as well as the time for which they are required, both are curtailed

Easy Installation - On site, precast can be installed immediately as there is no down time for it to gain strength; also, the modularity of precast products makes installation go quickly

Repeatability - It's easy to make many copies of the same precast product; maximizing repetition, helps draw optimum value from a mold and a set-up

Accelerated curing - By heating the precast parts, strength gain greatly increases reducing the time between casting the part and putting it into service

Concrete of excellent standards - The tight control over the process from materials to consolidation to curing, ensures the production of extremely durable concrete


Precast technology has proved to be a lifeline for the entire community promoting sustainable design and construction. The technology, with its advantages and easy maintenance, also contributes admirably to the goal of environment conservation.

Durability and adaptability
Precast concrete panels provide a long service life due to their durable, low-maintenance surfaces. Insulated sandwich panel construction with concrete exterior and interior walls provides long-term durability inside and out. Precast concrete construction also provides the opportunity to move and reuse panels to revamp the building, rather than demolish it.

Thermal mass and energy performance
The thermal mass of concrete allows shifting of heating and cooling loads in a structure to help reduce mechanical-system requirements and energy consumption through the building exterior.

Fire and natural-disaster resistance
Precast concrete helps prevent fire from spreading throughout a building or jumping from building to building as it is resistant to wind, hurricanes, and floods.

No air infiltration
Precast concrete panels have negligible air infiltration. Minimizing air infiltration between panels and at floors and ceilings will provide a building with low air infiltration. These lead to lower energy costs and help prevent moisture problems.

Usage of local materials
The precast concrete plants use local materials in abundance. This reduces the transportation required to ship heavy building materials, and the associated harmful emissions.

Resistance to noise
Precast concrete walls provide an effective buffer between outdoor noise and the indoor environment.