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Tindall precast meets the demands of harsh plant environments with greater construction speed and higher levels of quality assurance.

The Tindall Precast Difference

Patented innovations provide structural efficiency and durability faster and for a lower total cost.

When it comes to meeting construction requirements for the harsh environments of industrial plants, Tindall’s precast is uniquely suited to meet them compared to other types of construction, such as fireproofed steel or cast-in-place concrete.

With a number of patented systems for various applications, Tindall’s emulative precast solutions provide the fire and blast resistances, durability, and structural efficiency of cast-in-place construction. Plus, an erection rate per member that’s faster than steel means less workers on site for less time, lowering general condition costs, and improving safety. Other benefits include construction flexibility, faster starts to erection and other trades, the ability to use full moment frames to reduce foundation costs, and the elimination of the clutter from bracing. With Tindall precast, all of these factors combine to dramatically reduce the total cost of structures and the project.

The inherent fire resistance of concrete is a distinct advantage over steel construction. In addition, its mass provides damping for the structure, reducing vibration for better equipment operation.

Moving a large majority of the production work off-site provides considerable benefits to construction schedules. It also promotes a safer construction site by eliminating on-site congestion and significantly reducing reliance on field labor.

Tindall’s precast solutions provided structural integrity comparable to cast-in-place and superior to steel.  However, they can be constructed more safely, in less time, and for a total lower cost.

Project Profiles

Polyethylene Plant

Lake Charles, LA

Tindall created an emulative precast plan for this project. With two massive manufacturing facilities nearby, Tindall was able to rapidly engineer, fabricate, deliver, and erect the required members.


DOW Plant

Freeport, TX

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.


DOW Petrochemical B & D

Plaquemine, LA

These two projects, a packing facility and a blast-resistant office building, required a total of 185 precast architectural wall panels, each 8” thick and 14’ wide. Later, 16 industrial transformer separation panels were added to the office building project scope.

ME Global

Freeport, TX

Tindall worked with Jacobs Engineering to transform cast-in-place drawings into emulative precast constructions, including two tower structure base frames supporting 650-ton reactors, plus three other structures.

Trunkline LNG

Lake Charles, LA

When one of the largest import terminals in the U.S. needed pipe supports, our precast offered comparable structural integrity to the original fireproofed steel design, but could be constructed faster and at a lower cost.