Utility Concrete Products, LLC (UCP) is the leading Midwest precast concrete company. UCP produces precast concrete products for the communication, electrical and transportation industries among others. We offer unique and innovative engineered solutions for all precast needs. From design to installation, we have dedicated more than 40 years of service to our customers.
For more than 50 years, Lindsay Precast has been North America’s premier concrete manufacturer specializing in precast concrete products. Since the mid-1990s, we’ve sharpened our strategic focus to provide the experience and know-how to deliver even greater value to our customers including state and municipal government entities, banks, utility companies, renewable energy companies and our military.
United Concrete Products, Inc., founded in 1954, specializes in precast concrete products. Located in Yalesville, CT, this family-run business offers a diversified line of municipal- and state-approved products. Our 73,000 square foot facility enables United Concrete to service commercial and residential customers, and to manufacture custom products.
A.C. Miller Concrete Products, Inc. has been in business for over fifty-five years. Concentrating on the demands of regional utility companies, we pride ourselves in supplying electric, telecommunication, transportation, drainage/inlet/storm products and a wide array of other precast concrete products, including custom design-built products. We also supply factory-assembled water meter pits, valve vaults, and pump stations to the water transmission and wastewater markets.
Wieser Concrete Products, Inc. manufactures an extensive line of precast concrete products for the agricultural, underground, highway, and commercial markets. This diversity and flexibility has aided Wieser Concrete in maintaining a sound, successful operation.
H² Pre-Cast has been supplying concrete products to the Northwest’s infrastructure market since 1984. We handcraft a wide variety of ready-set as well as custom pre-cast products. If you’re looking for something unique to your business or job specification, we can help you achieve your goal. We take great pride in what we do and it shows through the quality of our products.
Olson precast of Arizona poured their first cast-in place manhole base on August 1st 1973, and since then has grown to be the largest provider and installer of sewer and storm drain manholes in the state of Arizona. This private and local company has many long term company members that have extensive manufacturing and construction experience in the Arizona market. Olson Precast of Arizona understands the local contracting needs and strives to meet them by adding additional products with an emphasis on wet utilities.
StormTrap units can be easily modeled with the HydroCAD Stormwater Modeling System, allowing simplified calculation of the unit’s storage and infiltration behavior. The HydroCAD Chamber Wizard also performs automated chamber system layout, and simplifies the process of designing a system meeting specific storage and footprint requirements. Click here for details.
Good Harbour Laboratories (GHL) is an environmental technology testing company that provides unbiased, independent test results to equipment manufacturers, end users and regulators. Over the years, GHL has helped its clients to certify their products, validate their test results and achieve compliance with regulations.
The National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) has represented manufacturers of plant-produced precast concrete products and the suppliers of products and services for the industry since 1965. We are dedicated to expanding the use of quality precast concrete and providing members with the programs and information required to operate a successful precast plant.
The Stormwater Equipment Manufacturers Association (SWEMA) supports the regulatory and engineering communities as well as the individual cities and states in implementing the Clean Water Act. Association members recognize that as cities, counties and states around the country are developing stormwater initiatives, they have few resources for guidance and help. This, coupled with tight budgets, limited research staff, and unique regional issues, has created monumental challenges. SWEMA provides a single source for coordinating the development of standards and regulations so that all may develop and implement the best solutions for controlling stormwater.
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 33,000 individual members and 75 affiliated member associations representing water quality professionals around the world. Since 1928, WEF and its members have protected public health and the environment, and have provided technical education and training for thousands of water quality professionals. As a global water sector leader, our mission is to connect water professionals; enrich the expertise of water professionals; increase the awareness of the impact and value of water; and provide a platform for water sector innovation.
The New York Water Environment Association, Inc. (NYWEA) was founded in 1929 by professionals in the field of water quality as a non-profit, educational organization. Association members helped lead the way toward existing state and national clean-water programs. Today the association has more than 2,500 members representing diverse backgrounds and specialties, but all are concerned and involved with protecting and enhancing our precious water resources.
The New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing the water environment. Founded in 1915, NJWEA is the oldest organization of this kind in the United States. With a membership of 2,800 engineers, operators, scientists, students and other professionals, the NJWEA is an environmental leader in New Jersey.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is a government agency in the U.S. state of New Jersey that is responsible for managing the state’s natural resources and addressing issues related to pollution. The department was created on April 22, 1970, America’s first official Earth Day, making it the third state in the country to combine its environmental activities into a single, unified agency. NJDEP has about 1,400 employees in five divisions charged with responsibility for environmental protection and conservation efforts.
The New Jersey Corporation for Advanced Technology (NJCAT) is a private/public partnership that pools the best talents and diverse resources of business and industry, entrepreneurs, university research centers, utilities and government to promote the development and commercialization of emerging innovative energy and environmental technologies.