• Oregon Public Broadcasting Story

    November 1, 2016

    News Article about the Audubon Bird Tower:   Representatives for Audubon reached out to Advantage Precast Inc and we discussed their needs. They wanted to replace a chimney that was an existing bird habitat with a precast tower, because the birds’ home was scheduled for demolition. We designed a 48” extended base,reducing to 30” […]

  • Advantage Precast Inc. Awards

    Advantage Precast Inc. recently received awards from SKEF, Northwest Utility Contractors Association, and others for Advantage Precast community activities, industry and trade association work.

  • Northwest Utility Contractors Association

    June 7, 2016

    Northwest Utility Contractors Association awarded the 2016 Associate of the Year award to Rick Day of Advantage Precast on June 3, 2016, at the annual convention in Sun River. The NWUCA announcement reads: Our chapter has established an award program to acknowledge the efforts of company members and individuals who serve as role models and […]

  • Salem Contractors Exchange’s Silent Auction

    April 27, 2016

    Advantage Precast was one of the contributors to Salem Contractors Exchange’s Silent Auction on April 14, 2016. Over $1,200 was raised for the SCE Scholarship Fund. The list of contributors is as follows: Advantage Precast Southtown Glass A.G. Sadowski Pro-Tint Jimco Fence Dallas Glass Reliant Communications Chinook Winds Casino

  • SEDCOR's Enterprise Magazine

    August 11, 2015

    Advantage Precast included in SEDCOR’s Enterprise Magazine This Profiles article on Advantage Precast appeared in the Fall 2014 issue of SEDCOR’s Enterprise Magazine. SEDCOR stands for Strategic Economic Development Corporation. We at AP Inc. have been members of SEDCOR for many years, and have enjoyed participating in tours, events, and the SEDCOR Construction Alliance. We […]

  • 2014 SEDCOR Annual Report

    December 18, 2014

    Advantage Precast, Inc. is featured on page 13, there is a photo of Rick Day, President — accepting an award for the membership contribution! See the attached report for more details. SEDCOR_Annual_Report_2014-final

  • APWA Tradeshow

    October 23, 2014

    American Public Works Association (APWA)  50th anniversary trade show in Pendleton, Oregon. Advantage Precast, Inc. attends as they have for last 8 years. APWA is an association of public works professionals that hosts two conference and trade shows a year at different locations in Oregon.

  • Precast News from NPCA

    February 27, 2014

        January 24, 2014 PRECAST DIGEST This is a compilation of noteworthy news items from the past month. For more information on what’s happening in the precast concrete industry and a wealth of technical and informational resources, please visit ECONOMY Construction sector could add 300,000 workers in 2014, says AGC economist. Source: […]

  • Emergency Repair – ODOT – Highway 213 Project with K &E Excavating

    February 28, 2012

    The flooding in January of 2012 destroyed a portion of Highway 213 near Molalla, Oregon.  ODOT hired our friends at K & E Excavating to do the emergency repairs and they asked us to mobilize our forces to produce forms and pour seven box culverts in a 5 day period! Take a look:

  • See Us on Youtube!

    February 24, 2012

    A few of our Stone Strong block projects are featured, as well as specific precast concrete products we manufacture on-site, channeling a manhole, and finally, a Stone Strong and arch project in progress. Advantage Precast

  • Autogenous Healing of Precast Concrete

    December 14, 2011

    Autogenous healing of concrete products is common when the buried product is in the presence of moisture, either inside of the product itself or on the soil side.  These cracks, when healed autogenously, are stronger than the original concrete.  Evidence of autogenous healing is a whitish substance forming along the crack line, often referred to […]

  • API Spring Newsletter Blog

    March 26, 2011

      Here we go again! Gearing up for the busy season (hopefully). We’ve got a lot going on and want to let everyone know we are in this for the long haul. First, we have whittled ourselves down to a lean precast machine. All of our work is now done exclusively at our Keizer plant, […]