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Flood Super Wideslab allows you to lower design and building costs, meet tighter deadlines, and exceed customer expectations.

Because Flood Super Wideslab® is a fast, economical and versatile flooring solution there are many suitable construction applications.     What is Flood Super Wideslab®? It is the widest composite prestressed flooring slab available. A unique precast concrete flooring product from Flood Precast. At 2.4 metres in width, this is the widest composite prestressed flooring slab […]

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Flood Precast feature in RIBA for Horizon School Hackney

A school for children with special educational needs, which uses Flood Precast products, has been the subject of a very positive feature in the RIBA Journal, the magazine of the Royal Institute of British Architects. A Brand New School for Children with Special Needs The Garden School in Hackney is an entirely new building on […]

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Flood Precast Concrete Products in Irish Turning-point Project

Flood Precast Concrete Products have made a major contribution to a successful apartment development which is being seen as an important sign of recovery in the Irish construction industry. MKN’s Seascape Development, Clontarf Road, Dublin, has quickly attracted buyers, demonstrating that there is now a real demand in Ireland for high-quality property in the right […]

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Flood Precast Concrete Manufacturers to the Rescue

  Flood Precast Concrete Manufacturers in partnership with KIER Construction to delivery 11 New Fire Stations to be completed for Staffordshire on behalf of the Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service. Having completed similar projects for Kier Construction on their Gloucester Fire and Rescue Authority contracts last year, Flood Precast were first choice for the precast concrete package, […]

Disproportionate Collapse

What is Disproportionate Collapse A building undergoes progressive collapse when a primary structural element fails, resulting in the failure of adjoining structural elements, which in turn causes further structural failure, similar to a house of cards.