Pan construction project spotlight: Edinburg Regional Medical Center

Ceco’s wide-module, concrete pan construction system was an ideal choice for the Edinburg Regional Medical Center in Edinburg, TX, to support this five-level patient tower’s high loads. The longer spans provide greater load-carrying capacity as well as a stiffer floor system with better vibration characteristics. Reduced vibration and sound characteristics contribute to patient comfort. The…

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Meet the Team: Peter Windler, Regional Engineer – Eastern Region

At Ceco, investing in our employees and providing them with the opportunities to excel in their careers are important parts of ensuring the future success of our business. Peter Windler is a great example of an employee who uses these opportunities to grow and succeed at Ceco. Peter began his career with Ceco in 2016,…

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Meet the Team: Kyle Antognini, Florida Regional Safety Manager

Ceco Concrete strives to maintain safe jobsites to ensure employees can return home at the end of the day without injury. As part of our safety culture, we make every effort to employ the right people to make sure safe techniques and practices are being upheld at every level of the company. The most recent…

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Meet the Team: Mike Adkins, General Superintendent

Ceco’s success is dependent on the continued development and training of our people. The hands-on management styles of seasoned personnel like Mike Adkins, PE, are important contributors to the skills-based learning and safe actions of newer employees. What’s more, Mike’s quiet leadership and commitment to mentoring and coaching crew members have led to sustained growth…

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Pan construction project spotlight: The Link at Uptown

Ceco’s wide-module longforms provided the ideal solution for The Link at Uptown in Dallas, Texas, to create the long spans necessary for this curved 25-story base garage and office tower. PROJECT TYPE: Office Building, 23,536 SF / Typical Level DESIGN LOADS Additional DL = 10 PSF, LL = 100 PSF TYPICAL FLOOR MATERIAL QUANTITIES •…

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Pan slab construction project spotlight: 360 Rosemary

The 360 Rosemary in West Palm Beach is a post-tensioned concrete building with a longform wide module pan joist structural system. One of the few concrete office buildings in South Florida, 360 Rosemary’s 45-foot-perimeter and column-free bays were achieved with only a 24.5-inch-deep structural concrete profile. Ceco provided the full concrete frame including foundations and…

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The Ceco advantage: National presence, local roots

With a national footprint and deep roots in the local communities we serve, Ceco is uniquely structured to serve mobile project owners and contractors.   In 1912, Ceco Concrete Construction began from one man’s idea and grew to become a nationwide leader in cast-in-place concrete construction. Today, we operate from locations across the country and…

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East College Street Development: Another job well done!

No matter the project size, Ceco’s crews bring their A game! Recently, our St. Louis office completed work at East College Street Development in Iowa City with Knutson Construction Services. The scope of work consisted of deck formwork for two cast-in-place concrete levels, including a sloped ramp and a residential level with drop beams. “Ceco…

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Exposing Pan Construction Can Be Your Purposeful Architectural Feature

As an industrial look has become increasingly popular in recent years, many have explored incorporating the look in their office space design. To achieve the desired look, cast-in-place concrete can offer a unique office ceiling by exposing the as-cast pan construction along with various electrical, HVAC and plumbing utilities. What is pan construction? Pan construction…

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Innovation Corner: Ceco employee designs reusable form

Ceco Concrete has built an environment that encourages employees to find new ways to overcome challenges, big and small. We are never disappointed with the results! A recent Ceco innovation comes from our Minneapolis office. Layout Specialist Jake Bower saw an opportunity to do away with one-and-done column forms used to create small, circular slab…

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