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  • Precast structural concrete

    Precast structural concrete

    Precast structural concrete is a product produced by casting concrete in a reusable mould or custom “form”. This is then cured in a controlled environment, where we then transport it to the site/project and lift into place.
    This form differs from site produced concrete allowing the opportunity for 100% quality.

    Our aim is to provide precast concrete that is sustainable, cost effective and a high quality product.  Satisfy the the clients design requirements finding and combining innovative designs.

    Our Precast sections commonly are  Bridge beams, cill units, abutment units, retaining walls, culvet units, arches, sea defence units, ballast walls, head walls, bridge units and many more. By producing precast concrete in a controlled environment, the precast concrete is afforded the opportunity to properly cure and be closely monitored by Diack and Macaulay to ensure quality to ISO 9001:2015 quality management and environmentally controlled using ISO 14001 systems and safety with CHAS.

    Using precast concrete system offers many potential advantages over onsite casting. Precast concrete production is performed on ground level, which helps with safety throughout the project. There is greater control over material quality and workmanship in a precast plant compared to a construction site.

    Stewarton Bridge
    Stewarton Bridge
    BSI assurance mark iso 9001:2015 logo diack and macaulay
    Chas accredited contractor
    BSI Assurance ISO 14001-2015 logo

    Stewarton rail bridge, precast ballast walls, 4 25tonne cill build up units and cill bearing beams

    Stewarton Bridge

    Glenbritttle footbridge precast spherical centre piers and bankseats

    Glenbrittle Footbridge

    Precast Udecks for Network rail

    Structural waterproofing systems

    Trowel rail bridge 9 deck units 90tonne and 9 cill units 25tonne

    precast concrete bridge works