May 11, 2018

Lonestar Prestress Responsibly Builds Impressive Headquarters and Plant, Featuring Easi-Set Buildings on a Greenfield Site

Lonestar Prestress Manufacturing Inc. in Bellville, Texas, has been settling into its new 21-acre site after building an 85,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, with four bays up to 700-feet long and a separate 40’ x 100’ headquarters. Lonestar is the premier static cast, prestressed concrete pole and Easi-Set Building producer in the Southwest. The company is one of 14 Easi-Set precast concrete building licensed producers across North America.

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May 3, 2018

Colorado Pump House for Extreme Conditions

At 10,200 feet, the Two-Mile-High city of Leadville, Colo., is known for being a remote spot for outdoor adventures with 300 days of sunshine and ample snow. While residents and visitors can be found taking advantage of the 120 feet of snow that falls per year, Mountain West Precast, based in Brigham City, Utah, is manufacturing and installing precast concrete buildings to stand up to these extreme elements in hard-to-reach sites.

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May 2, 2018

Mountain West Precast comes through on providing a durable solution for a remote installation

Easi-Set Buildings Producer Mountain West Precast designed this aesthetically pleasing 8’x10’ all precast concrete pump station for the Central Utah Water Conservancy District.

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May 1, 2018

Oldcastle Easton designs solution for CATV Company

CATV Expansion Building - Service Electric Cable & TV reached our Easi-Set Buildings. Division about adding space onto an existing structure. They recently delivered this 12' x 18' building with two (2) 5-ton Bard HVAC units pre-installed to the site in Kintnersville, PA.

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April 2, 2018

Easi-Set Building Producer Oldcastle Precast Delivers for Major East Coast Utility

Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G), New Jersey’s oldest and largest regulated gas and electric delivery utility, set out to upgrade and enclose its metering and regulating station in Sayreville, N.J. Because the facility is located in a residential neighborhood, it was important to create a strong, low-maintenance building with visual appeal. An Easi-Set precast concrete building was recommended by HMI Technical Solutions LLC, a Henkels & McCoy Group Inc. company based in Charlotte, N.C.

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February 12, 2018

Atlanta Braves Protect Electrical Gear with Easi-Set Building at Suntrust Park

The Atlanta Braves kicked off its 2017 season in its new high-tech Suntrust Park. The protection of the wiring and gear behind the technological aspects of the field are essential to the fans' overall experience, even in the parking lots. In one lot, the stadium’s electrical system is housed in an Easi-Set Building supplied by Oldcastle Precast, Newman, Ga.

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January 24, 2018

A Strong Building Solution for a Secure Military Base

The open airfield at Grissom Air Reserve Base in Kokomo, Ind., leaves vital Air Force equipment vulnerable to potentially damaging winds. The area has historically been subjected to straight line winds over 100 mph and strong Midwest tornados reaching 150 mph.

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September 19, 2017

Precast Concrete Adds Strength to Explosion-Proof Restroom at Gas Transmission Facility

At Calpine’s York 2 Energy Center in Peach Bottom Township, Pa., a precast concrete restroom from Easi-Set Buildings was the preferred building solution. The restroom—manufactured and installed by Easi-Set Buildings licensed producer Oldcastle Precast Inc., Easton, Pa.—provides superior R-values and explosion-proof qualities to keep workers safe, if an accident ever occurs at the facility.

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August 15, 2017

Easi-Set Buildings to exhibit at The 2017 NRPA Conference in New Orleans

In just 42 days, thousands of park and recreation professionals will converge upon New Orleans for energetic networking activities, inspirational education sessions and an inside look at the latest products for the field.

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June 1, 2017

Easi-Set Precast Concrete Restrooms Benefit the National Parks System

The National Parks System spans 417 areas over 84 million square acres. Since 1916, the roughly 22,000 employees strive to keep the open land in each state and U.S. territory true to its natural habitat and enjoyable for visitors. Maintaining the shelters and restrooms is part of that responsibility. The crew at the Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Van Buren, Mo., recently replaced one of its restrooms with a precast concrete building from Easi-Set Buildings.

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