Made in Milwaukee

Spancrete has helped build some of Wisconsin’s best known structures

Many structures in Wisconsin, and in other states, have been built using systems and components designed and built by Waukesha-based The Spancrete Group Inc.

Spancrete makes pre-cast concrete panels, columns, stairs, beams, girders and related products in five different manufacturing plants in Wisconsin, Illinois and Florida. The company’s components can be seen in landmarks such as Miller Park, Milwaukee’s Intermodal Station, the Petit National Ice Center, Camp Randall Stadium in Madison and countless hotels, office buildings, hospitals, parking ramps throughout the state and the Midwest.

Spancrete’s panels are now being used to construct U.S. Bank’s new parking structure in downtown Milwaukee.

“Pre-cast concrete can be aesthetic or structural and we do both. The bulk of our business is structural,” said John Nagy, president and CEO of Spancrete. “Pre-cast is a building system. You can use components of it with steel, masonry and poured concrete or you can use a whole pre-cast system.”

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