Organizations have turned to precast concrete companies like Wells Concrete for the many benefits precast provides. "We're selling off-site labor. We make everything in Grand Forks and send it out there (to western North Dakota). We aren't sending a crew of 500 out there to build a school. We're sending a team of five guys, so we aren't a burden on those cities," says Scott Monzelowsky, sales/project manager for Wells Concrete.
While precast concrete is most popular for the building's shell, Monzelowsky says an entire building can be made from precast, including the roof, beams, interior walls, stairs and landings. "Our goal is to push for total precast so it can all be self-contained," he says. Read More