Spancrete Earns PCI Certification at Georgia Plant Adds to Business Development Team
Spancrete, the world leader in engineered precast, prestressed concrete building solutions, has announced its Georgia plant has earned certification from the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI).
The certification program “provides greater assurance to owners, architects, engineers, and contractors that precast concrete components will be manufactured and installed according to stringent industry standards.” PCI conducts two unannounced audits of member plants each year and requires each plant to create a Quality Systems Manual. The certification affirms that a plant is producing quality precast concrete products.
The Georgia plant opened in early 2015, and produces Hollowcore Floor and Roof Systems, Spancrete Insulated and Non-Insulated Wall Panel Building Systems and solid plank and stair components.
To support the continued growth in the Southeast and company expansion, Spancrete has also added industry veteran Hal Herrin as a new Business Development Manager. Herrin comes onboard with over 29 years of construction experience. Working previously in South Carolina and Florida, he has a strong connection to the Southeast market. Herrin works out of the newly PCI-certified Georgia plant.
"Our new plant in Georgia expands our reach into the southeast and allows us to service a larger territory,” says Kristin Szymczak, Spancrete South General Manager. “With this new certification and the addition of Hal to our team, we’re now better equipped to serve the region and are fully prepared to make an even bigger impact.”
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