Architectural Precast Innovations, Inc.

ral region. Architectural Precast Innovations was founded in 1963 as Beavertown Cast Stone. As a pioneering precast concrete company, it undertook several landmark projects just a few years after its inception, such as the Chemung Canal Trust Company building in Elmira, New York, in 1971. The company’s next signature project was Penn State University’s Beaver Stadium at State College, PA, which underwent significant precast concrete renovations in 1980. In 1993, Beavertown Cast Stone became Architectural Precast, Inc., a transformation that would lay the foundation for the next chapter in its history. The new company’s inaugural project was the signature Samuel A. Ramirez building, an iconic building in Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca district that blends modern materials with the area’s pre-war warehouse architecture. Architectural Precast, Inc. was purchased by US Concrete in 2008 and rebranded to US Concrete Precast Group. The new entity, part of US Concrete’s national network of companies, would undertake two significant projects, student residences at Binghampton University in 2012, and Long Beach boardwalk, New York in 2013. In the same year that they built the boardwalk, the company celebrated half a century in business. In 2015, Architectural Precast Innovations, Inc. purchased US Concrete Precast Group from US Concrete, rebranding it to its current name, Architectural Precast Innovations. “We AT A GLANCE ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST INNOVATIONS, INC. WHAT: Manufacturer of customized precast concrete products WHERE: Middleburg, Pennsylvania WEBSITE: