TORONTO — Precast Days 2023 are being hosted by the National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) and its members at facilities across the United States.
The events are held to raise awareness of precast concrete manufacturing.
Students, contractors, specifiers, job-seekers, government officials and community members are invited to visit local plants to learn more about the industry and see how precast concrete plants utilize modern manufacturing techniques to create products that serve as the backbone to U.S. infrastructure, states a release.
Precast Days are currently scheduled in 22 cities across the United States at the end of September and October and there will also be one virtual event. More events are expected to be added.
Each Precast Days event will be unique to the individual facility and will include tours, meet-and-greets with plant personnel, Q&A sessions and job application opportunities. Individuals can register for a Precast Days event near them by visiting www.Precast.org/PrecastDays/Attend.
“Precast Days is a unique opportunity for people to meet the men and women who work there, learn what happens inside these facilities that employ their neighbors and see the process that helps build their area’s infrastructure,” NPCA interim president and CEO Mike Hoffman said in a release. “Precast concrete is a time-tested, durable and resilient construction component, and visitors will be able to see first-hand how these products are made.”
For more information visit www.Precast.org/PrecastDays.