Architectural Precast Innovations, Inc.

CONGRATULATIONS API ON YOUR SUCCESS GARDEN SPOT ROAD, SUITE # , EPHRATA, PA . . WWW.SUMMERSTRUCKING.COM 100% Employee Owned We take care of your transportation worries so that you can focus your energies on your core business. Our team of drivers, dispatch, equipment maintenance and o ice sta work together to deliver a total package. We look forward to making you a part of our family! ARCHI TECTURAL PRECAST INNOVAT IONS , INC . concrete industry,” avers Kratzer, “we stand out due to our commitment to upholding the highest industry standards, plus our focus on fine-tuning our manufacturing processes.” Close to sixty years of manufacturing precast concrete has led Architectural Precast Innovations to interesting projects. Kratzer notes, “One Willoughby Square is one of the more recent projects we completed that stands out. It’s unique because it has cobalt blue brick set within black concrete.” The apartment building is located on Duffield Street in Brooklyn, New York. Another standout project the company has undertaken recently is the AriZona Iced Tea bottling facility in Woodbridge, New Jersey. “This project was particularly interesting because we built a precast concrete façade that looks like the AriZona Iced Tea logo,” says Kratzer. Such beautiful outcomes are a testament to the company’s commitment to working with customers to find the best solutions. Once they engage with a client, the first step is to determine their needs. For architectural products, part of the process involves working with the architect of record – two things that have helped the company successfully achieve success with such major protects. Speaking to how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the construction industry, Kenepp is optimistic. He relates, “We have not missed a beat on the production side during the pandemic. We had some disruption due to some job sites being closed down but manufacturing continued.” In most states, the construction industry was deemed essential, and Pennsylvania was no different. Because some of API’s past work involved healthcare and power plant facilities, the firm was deemed an essential service and allowed to remain open and working. Besides state mandates, Kenepp also believes that the plant’s location has something to do with the company being spared the worst of