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Flood Wideslab

Flood Wideslab – The ideal solution at St. Alban’s Station

Flood Wideslab allowed for the efficient use of time, space and money at St. Alban’s Station Car Park, producing a high quality exposed soffit finish. The strength and versatility of Flood Wideslab precast concrete proved to be an ideal solution to the requirements of the multi-storey car park at St. Alban’s railway station. The project called for…

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Precast Concrete Products

Flood Precast Concrete Products in Irish Turning-point Project

Flood Precast Concrete Products have made a major contribution to a successful apartment development which is being seen as an important sign of recovery in the Irish construction industry. MKN’s Seascape Development, Clontarf Road, Dublin, has quickly attracted buyers, demonstrating that there is now a real demand in Ireland for high-quality property in the right…

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Exposed Soffit Ceiling at Gloucester Academy

A recent completed project was at Gloucester Academy, a secondary school, which has now moved into its new state of the art building. The building designed by Nicholas Hare Architects, and incorporating the latest digital technologies for learning. Kier Construction and WSP Consulting Engineers were also members of the project team with Flood Precast, which provided…

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Super Wideslab

Exposed Concrete Soffits at Hereford Archive & Records Centre (HARC)

Flood Precast have just started on site to the prestigious HARC building for Hereford Council been delivered by Kier Construction. The new centre will offer a range of social and community outreach programmes, a dedicated educational room and improved facilities and access for the public. In addition, the new facility will also bring the archive,…

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Horizon School Flood Voidslab

Flood Voidslab at Horizon School, Hackney

Flood Precast are happy to announce that McLaren Construction have completed and handed over Horizon School in Hackney to a delighted client. We have worked with the excellent team at McLaren to design and develop a scheme that centered around natural ventilation through thermal mass achieved by exposed soffits on Flood Voidslab. This scheme,  for…

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Precast Concrete Columns

Precast Concrete Columns are Free!

Flood Precast have supplied Precast Concrete Columns to many projects throughout Ireland. The feedback we have received on the quality of the finish and the design and procurement process has been very positive. But the most notable feedback was on the cost savings achieved using Precast Concrete Columns, especially on an inner city project with…

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Wideslab® & Voidslab® Registered Trademarks

A trade mark is a legal term for what is more commonly known as a brand name. Flood Precast decided to register Trade marks for our key products Flood Wideslab and Flood Voidslab to connect our products or services with Flood Precast so they serve as a badge of origin identifying the source of our…

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Supply Chain Sustainability School

We are now Members of the Supply Chain Sustainability School!

We are pleased to announce Flood Precast are now members of the Supply Chain Sustainability School. We are already ISO14001 approved but as a conscientious manufacturer of precast concrete solutions we are always looking for new ways to reduce our impact on the environment. Joining “The School” seemed like a natural progression so we are…

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Precast Concrete Stairs at One Tower Bridge

Flood Precast was recently awarded the contract for the design, manufacture and delivery of precast concrete stairs to One Tower Bridge in London. With such a prestigious residential development from the Berkley Group the quality of design and finish was key. The Flood Precast team was employed by AJ Morrisroe and Sons Ltd based on…

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One Tower Bridge London – Precast Concrete Stairs

Flood Precast were awarded the design, manufacture, delivery and installation of precast concrete stairs to One Tower Bridge in London. The Flood Precast team worked in conjunction with MeinHardt Group engineers, Squire and Partners architects, and developers, the Berkeley Group for AJ Morrisroe and Sons Ltd. from the early design stages of the project.

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