Bill Wolfford, Vice President of Sponaugle Construction Services

"Precast is coming into its own. The way precast manufacturers have been able to incorporate technology into molds to produce architecturally pleasing panels is getting more people interested. With the right project, precast can be a contractor's dream come true. I'm a huge fan of total precast now. It makes my life a lot easier."


John Longardo, Owner and General Contractor of Basile Builders Group

"Precast allowed us to comply with regulations on historic architectural character and work efficiently in the tight constraints of the location. It provided us with an aesthetically pleasing and relatively fast way to complete the project."


Jim Simpkins, Project Executive of Feriozzi Concrete

"The original plan was to have stairwells and spandrel panels constructed of cast-in-place concrete with brick veneer, but working together with Architectural Precast Innovations, we were able to develop appropriate value engineering proposals that allowed us to provide the owner with both cost and time savings."


Markus Dochantschi, founder of Studio MDA

"Precast was a very important design feature in New York's famed Tribeca neighborhood of 137 Franklin Street. Because the building is in a landmark zone, we were also limited with materials we could use, and it was important to me to combine traditional materials with more contemporary technology. Ultimately, I wanted a more modern inlaid brick; I was able to create a contemporary look but with bricks which are very familiar to the neighborhood."


Robert Sandy, P.E., General Contractor of Gale Construction Company

"The initial thought processes and decisions to use precast really clearly proved to be of great benefit as the project moved from design stage through implementation."


Steve Bowen, Project Manager of Bowen Inc.

"Our experience working with Architectural Precast Innovations was terrific. Their experience, knowledge, quality of work and attention to detail were impressive. I would not hesitate to recommend them to anybody."

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