Magicrete Precast concrete consists of concrete (a mixture of cement, water, aggregates and admixtures) that is cast into a specific shape at a location other than its in-service position. The concrete is placed into a form, typically wood or steel, and cured before being stripped from the form, usually the following day. These components are then transported to the construction site for erection into place. Precast concrete can be plant-cast or site-cast.
The rapid growth and development of urban centers today call for shorter timelines and reduced cost in the construction sector proven technologies ensuring the highest standards, and uniformity in quality. These are the need of the hour that is now effectively met by precast technology.