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Rain is coming

Bring on the rain. Quick and efficient — precast concrete underground stormwater systems are sized to channel large discharges in case of heavy rain to nearby bodies of water. Precast concrete withstands not only the volumes of water flowing inside them, but extreme loading conditions on the outside as well. And in both cases, they must stand up to corrosive elements. Precast concrete steps up to these challenges.

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Drainage: Products


Drainage: Products


Precast concrete manholes are an integral component of any modern storm sewer system. A properly designed and installed precast concrete manhole system provides superior watertight performance compared with competing methods and materials. A typical precast concrete manhole can be installed 50 feet deep and more, because lateral forces act equally around the periphery, which places the section in pure compression - the ideal state for concrete. Precast concrete manhole sections are produced in a controlled environment, thus exhibiting high quality and uniformity

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American Concrete Casting catch basins are designed to be used as an alternative to poured-in-place or masonry structures. These basins are built to meet all local and state standards and are a fast, effective and cost-efficient way to speed up a project.


American Concrete Casting manufactures dry wells for your drainage requirements. We offer wells for light, medium and heavy duty loading in both octagonal and round shapes in various diameters.

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Extend your man hole by that extra few feet using our precast manhole risers. Designed to be safe, secure, and built to last - these man hole risers are perfect for any job.

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Get in touch with us today and our precast experts will get back to you in no time.

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