Thursday, July 3, 2008

A different lingo

Being the ignorant person that I am when it comes to construction field, I was clueless when I first saw the term Precast Concrete. But being the curious person that I am too, I did a search on Google just to find out what it means so that I won't be in the dark when people talk about this subject. This is the answer I've got:

"Precast concrete - Concrete that has been cast into a form which is later incorporated into a structure. A concrete structure may be constructed by casting the concrete in place on the site, by building it of components cast elsewhere, or by a combination of the two. Concrete cast in other than its final position is called precast."

At least now I know what it means and I am no longer wonder why the expanding Jensen Precast is supplying Precast Concrete Septic Tanks. This establishment boasts 40 years of precast concrete experience. With over 1,000 experienced staff, 12 facilities and about 120 vehicles dedicated to transport their goods to their clients, it is no wonder is one of the biggest precast concrete organization in the US.


vhiel said...

hello mama,

the voting will start july 19, 2008 and it will be displayed on my blog. It will be a once a day voting.. i'd probably put it on the sidebar or on the top of the page for easier access.. so if you want to get a maximum exposure and have people vote for your entry (child) you can either blog about it and promote it or you can ask relatives and friends to vote... usually both works good. :)

thanks for your entry.

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