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ARCHITECTURAL

Concrete that provides both an aesthetic finish and has a structural function.
Architectural precast concrete is about the ornamental architectural elements added to precast stone, usually on exterior building facades, with a focus on form, color or texture. Surface finishing techniques come from cast stone and cast-in-place such as acid etching, sand blasting, exposing aggregate, brushing, hammering, integral pigmenting or staining. By incorporating ornamental elements into the precast concrete panel, cost savings can be realized. The surface of architectural cast-in-place concrete typically involves color and/or texture, or simulates tile, stone or brick. A variety of Rapid Set® cement products are available for all cast-in-place and precast projects.
Cast-in-place Cement All, Mortar Mix, Mortar Mix Plus, V/O Repair Mix, WunderFixx
Precast Rapid Set Cement
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El Paso Zoo Makes a Splash

The completed entrance is approximately 600 sq ft of rock-like concrete that blends in with the natural settings of the El Paso Zoo. With less than two weeks to create the 14-ft-tall x 20-ft-wide x 4-ft-deep precast concrete entrance, Aquamatic Landscape was able to complete the project on time. Product used was Cement All.

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Form Found Design Combined Helix Steel TSMR and Rapid Set to Realize The Mars Pavilion

Leveraging the precision and freedom of industrial robots to design a new concrete casting method using Cement All.

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Producing DOT-Approved Concrete Pipe in Houston

When the pipes and culvert sections are placed in the yard for curing, Hanson pipe finishers and repair crews inspect them and make repairs as needed. The most common patches are made around the joints, where the pipes seat together, as these areas must be flat and smooth to achieve a proper seal. Products used include Cement All, Dark Concrete Additive, DOT Repair Mix, or Mortar Mix.

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