Cast-in-place concrete is transported in an unhardened state, primarily as ready-mix, and placed in forms. Ready mixed concrete is proportioned and mixed off the project site. The concrete is delivered to the site in a truck agitator (often incorrectly called a “cement truck”) but can also be delivered in a non-agitating truck. Specialized paving equipment may be used to mix and spread concrete for pavement.
Cast-in-Place Concrete is used for:
- Most foundations and slabs-on-ground
- Walls, beams, columns, floors, roofs
- Large portions of bridges, pavements, storage tanks and other infrastructures
Cast-in-place concrete is the material of choice for slab-on-ground and foundations because of its long-term durability and structural support. It is also used in all types of buildings for either structural support as beams and columns, as well as for floors, walls, and roofs.
Contact us for more information, or a free estimate, for your Cast-in-Place project.