About Connecticut Precast

About Our Company

Connecticut Precast, for all your building needs

When our company was founded in 1964 the Cold War was gearing up, and our country was just learning about the ways that concrete, poured and pre-cast could change the way that our National infrastructure was created and maintained. The precast concrete transportation products that we started to manufacture in our plant, centrally located in Monroe, CT would soon be used in the construction, safety and site protection of the road, airport and railroad transportation systems of the whole East Coast of the United States.

We are one of the largest precast concrete manufacturers in the Tri-State area, and our experience shows in everything that we do. No matter whether you need a 1000 gallon septic tank for a residential project or a custom chamber designed for your site, we are your best choice for price, quality, and performance. To contact us about your project or let us tell you more about our qualifications, please click here.

Our 21,000 sf facility sits on 17 acres and is equipped with multiple bridge cranes, a computerized batch plant, and a high production dry cast machine. For winter production, the entire building is heated and equipped with hot water and steam for quicker concrete curing. We have the facility and the expertise to handle almost any project.


Precast Concrete

The best choice for the toughest jobs.

Versatile

Versatile

Precast concrete offers an almost endless variety of products and design options for both above ground and underground construction. From the largest infrastructure projects to the smallest architectural details, precast is one of the most versatile and sustainable building materials available for today's fast-paced, environmentally conscious construction.

Strength!

Strength!

Precast's superior strength means that installation is often easier, quicker and less costly. It also requires less ongoing maintenance and a reduced likelihood of future problems. That means a lower total cost over the life cycle of a project.

Easy to Install

Easy to Install

Although precast concrete is quite heavy, nearly all other competing materials require machinery for handling and installation as well. Speed of installation is more dependent on excavation than product handling and placement. Unlike other materials such as fiberglass, precast concrete does not require the use of special rigging (such as fabric slings) to avoid structural damage.