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Precast Production

The practice of precast concrete production, which involves the manufacturing of construction components off-site in a controlled environment, is thought to date back millennia.

Modern precast concrete production is thought to have originated in the late 19th century when François Hennebique, a French engineer, patented a pioneering reinforced concrete system: the first to be commercially successful and widely used and revolutionized construction methods by enhancing efficiency and durability.