Tindall’s educational facilities receive high marks from our customers.
Exceeding expectations with exceptional, LEED-certifiable, budget-minded precast concrete solutions for educational facilities, Tindall has students in their seats right on time.
The Tindall Precast Advantage
Our team provides smart solutions for educational facilities.
It’s elementary, really. Building an educational facility with the efficiencies of a single-source precast concrete provider ensures school projects are completed on time and within budget. Tindall’s precisely engineered framing systems reduce design work and can shorten overall construction schedules by months, compared to other, old-school methods. Tindall’s diverse architectural finishes also provide a range of aesthetic options, from traditional brick educational facilities to sleek and modern schools — all while eliminating the on-site congestion of masonry materials and scaffolding, as well as consolidating on-site labor. Precast concrete even helps mitigate the safety risks associated with other forms of construction. Tindall’s innovations make this choice a no-brainer.
Pre-finished interior precast faces are delivered ready for painting, eliminating the time-consuming work of installing furring and drywall.
All precast concrete pieces are manufactured and self-contained, and that means no jobsite waste. This excises disposal and landfill costs.
Total precast construction significantly reduces energy costs for educational facilities compared to traditional methods. Wall panels feature extremely low thermal transmission rates while eradicating cold spots, resulting in higher insulating R-values.
The mold and mildew resistance of precast concrete provides a healthy learning environment, while its insulating properties enhance energy efficiency for years to come.
Precast boasts exceptional resistance to fire and superior sound absorption capabilities.
Insulated precast construction can even make significant contributions to LEED strategies and requirements for educational facilities.
Riverside High School
This two-story, 250,000-square-foot high school was constructed in just eight months — four months faster than scheduled.
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.
A prototype design was utilized to rebuild EGHS after it was destroyed by fire. Architectural enhancements on the exterior produce a unique-looking structure that is durable, functional, and thermally efficient.
Wake Forest University
As part of a complete school renovation, precast was chosen for the classroom tower based on its quick construction schedule, modular capabilities, durability, and attractive design.
LSU Tiger Football Stadium
Baton Rouge, LA
The architectural precast pylons at LSU's Tiger Stadium were completed within a tight schedule, on a constricted site, with major architectural exposure.
Highpoint Elementary School Annex
Tindall's total precast annex added 22,000 square feet of classrooms, bathrooms, and administrative areas to the school on a 17-day erection schedule.
Georgie D. Tyler Middle School
The new Georgie D. Tyler Middle School is a 2-story, 115,000-square-foot facility which includes “grade houses” for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.
Jack Britt High School
When Cumberland County Schools needed a new high school, they looked to Tindall for a design that was modern and technologically advanced, yet respectful of academic traditions.
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