Every structure is different – serves its own needs, its own purpose. Tindall’s tradition of innovation is why we are the ideal choice in cases that can’t be solved with a cookie-cutter approach. Virtually anything is possible with precast. That’s why we say, if you can dream it, we can build it.
Long spans, unusual loading requirements, and complex architectural requests are just the beginning of the challenges we meet every day. Our track record in a wide range of industries has resulted in holistic precast solutions.
Every structure has a story. This is a sample of those stories from the thousands of projects we’ve completed. With each, the innovative solutions of the Tindall team contributed to the project’s success. Let us know what you’re looking for, and we’ll show you more specific examples that apply to your needs.
Despite record rainfall that would have brought other construction methods to a halt, Tindall completed this construction on schedule, creating eight total precast structures and over 1,000 components with a variety of aesthetics.
From design to erection, Tindall delivered this 258,000-square-foot superstructure significantly faster than expected, shaving six months off the overall construction schedule and saving the client money.
To meet the growing needs of the airport, Tindall created a 343,884-square-foot, five-story parking garage that provides covered access to the terminal. The structure features stunning architectural elements which help it to blend perfectly with the natural beauty of its surroundings.
In 2017, Tindall worked with Butler-Cohen to create this five-story, 100,000-square-foot tower. This new addition to Bexar County Jail’s main complex features 500 additional beds, more classroom and medical space, a new magistrate facility, and more.
For Shem Creek, aesthetics were crucial. To achieve the desired look, Tindall utilized a wood grain form liner, brick inlay, and colored concrete with sandblasting — meeting all of the visual criteria using only precast concrete.
For this 1.5-million-square-foot distribution facility, Tindall created 336,206 square feet of precast insulated wall panels. These 8” and 9” panels rose up to 50 feet in height and stretched out to 15 feet in width.
Through the conversion of an existing cast-in-place design to precast, Tindall was able to complete one of this project’s process structures in one week, instead of the originally estimated five months.
To enable Virginia Highland Airport Authority to extend a runway into a flood zone, Tindall’s innovative engineering team developed a specially designed 12’ by 8’ triple barrel precast box culvert system capable of supporting 67 feet of fill.
The New Hope Medical Office Building is a three-story, 23,744-square-foot, total precast structure. The sleek modern design of the buff and grey building is amplified by the two distinct exposures per color.
To complete the two viaducts for this project, Tindall utilized 42’ spans x 9’ rises. Each of the six bays of the east viaduct, and seven bays of the west, made use of spans rated for Cooper E80 live loads.
Involved from the early stages of the project, Tindall was responsible for designing, engineering, fabricating, and delivering a series of more than 150 precast concrete arches, each 12’ tall and ranging from 38’ to 48’ in length.
The Texas Division was the single source for design, fabrication, and erection of this complex project. The new construction spans across 170,000 square feet and includes double tees supporting hanging conveyor belts and miles of piping.
Tindall created an addition to this 50’-tall, 275’-diameter cooling tower from the 1990s, converting the original prototype to prestressed reinforcing and updating it to meet current code requirements.
Tindall manufactured 79,000 square feet of insulated precast cladding panels that took only three weeks to erect. These sustainable panels contributed to the project's goal of achieving LEED Silver certification.
After creating a member to span over this project's 90,000-square-foot clean room, Tindall helped set a record delivery of just over 11 months from the start of construction to the plant's first production.
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