Precast concrete designs cut commercial construction timelines, increase efficiencies, and create a first impression that attracts business.
Tindall is in the business of making the impossible possible and defying the odds when it comes to commercial construction. That’s because we understand that, in business, it’s all about first impressions and beating the competition to the sale. Precast concrete components are produced in a controlled environment. That means they’re never at the mercy of the weather and are on the job exactly when you need them, saving time, money, and jobsite headaches.
No other material is better suited for making striking aesthetic designs. With its wide range of architectural finishes and colors, precast concrete creates an environment that attracts attention, customers, and business.
In 2018, Spartanburg Regional Health Services began formulating plans for a 191,000-square-foot expansion for the Gibbs Cancer Center and Research Institute at Pelham. This new facility would greatly expand the existing hospital’s oncology and cancer rehabilitation services, bringing state-of-the-art technologies and capabilities to the Upstate.Discover
When NTT Global Data Centers Americas, one of the world’s preeminent designers, builders, and operators of mission critical data centers, wanted to expand their 78-acre Ashburn Data Center Campus by adding a second facility, Tindall provided the engineering horsepower needed to bring their vision to life.Discover
In lieu of EIFS or stucco, the owner selected precast for this project in downtown Tallahassee. Tindall provided many unique exterior pieces, like walls, columns, and soffits, to match the client’s aesthetic vision.
After creating the design, budget, and specifications for this project, Tindall manufactured 150 insulated wall panels, with 10-inch insulated architectural wall panels on the exterior, designed to withstand 150-mph winds.
Working closely with the other project teams, Tindall developed a 122,000-square-foot total precast portion of the Fannie Mae Technology Center in Urbana, Maryland — the first mission-critical facility of its kind to achieve LEED certification.
This total precast structure’s requirements included protection against natural disasters and man-made acts without service interruption, deflection criteria, and aesthetic requirements per local zoning.
This eight-story, total precast office building features a utilitarian, load-bearing architectural exterior, making it both functional and aesthetically stunning.
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.
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