Building brighter futures.
From K-12 schools to universities, tech schools and other higher-learning institutions, Spancrete is at the head of its class when it comes to school design and constructing teaching facilities, sports complexes, classrooms, dormitories, gymnasiums and swimming pools, auditoriums and other education-related structures.
With our ability for year-round construction and fast-track building methods, Spancrete ensures projects are completed on time and within budget so classes, sporting events and other programs can continue as scheduled.
A Safe, Positive Environment
Spancrete has the highest reputation for structural quality and integrity in campus construction. The academic experience is made more comfortable for students and faculty through excellent noise containment, efficient heating and cooling and additional protection in the instance of fire or severe weather.
Constructed to withstand winds up to 250 miles per hour, with up to a 4-hour fire rating, Spancrete precast structures can serve as a safe storm shelter in the event of a hurricane, tornado or other severe storm. What’s more, our structures are also exceptionally resistant to pests and are not significantly impacted by elements such as humidity, corrosive materials and direct impact, for low-maintenance facilities that offer reliable safety and security for years to come.
Attract More Students, Spectators & Supporters
When it comes to creating large, open spaces for arenas, auditoriums and lecture halls, Spancrete offers unmatched flexibility and innovative construction solutions. Load-bearing panels leave interior spaces open for unobstructed views that are perfect for watching presentations, performances and athletic events. Plus, Spancrete can construct stadium seating to ensure maximum capacity for the space available. Spancrete can also easily install add-on panels to the structure and quickly reconfigured interiors when it’s time to expand a facility. The finished look is even customizable to meet your needs and match other structures around campus.