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Double Tee


The Double Tee represents the core of the precast parking system. East Texas Precast manufactures field top double T’s that are typically dimensioned at 12’ by 60’ for a 36’ by 60’ bay, but can be adjusted to different sizes. East Texas Precast holds one of Texas’s largest Double T manufacturing facilities with 3 Double Tee beds measure 540’ long by 12’ wide and another bed at 540’ long and 10’ wide. That’s almost 25,000 sq. ft. of Double Tee every day!

Although Double Tees tends to be used most often in parking structures, there are numerous other places where they can be used. A few of these are ceiling, floors in certain types of structures (typically manufacturing, and natatoriums.

Beams and Columns


Beams and columns, along with walls, form the core framing of the structure. East Texas Precast maintains one pre-stressed column and pre-stressed two beam forms. While both forms are adjustable to different length and sizes, multiple beam forms are helpful in maintaining efficiency when multiple beams from the same project are vastly different sizes. High quality engineering of these pieces ensures your structure is durable, structurally sound, and meet the resistances you need for your code requirements.

Walls and Cladding


East Texas Precast can provide walls that have a variety of forms and serve different functions. All wall systems will provide excellent blast, fire, wind, and seismic resistances, as that is one of precast natural strengths. Precast wall systems will also typically be load-bearing, but thin walls, referred to as cladding, will not be load bearing. Cladding is typically used to provide a building a specific finish to a non-precast building frame. At East Texas Precast we can provide finishes that include: integral color, aggregates, sandblasting, reveals, abutments, formliners, and thin brick. Although all structural wall systems can use any of these finishes, it is only the cladding that is used specifically for this purpose. Finally, East Texas Precast can provide insulated wall panels. These panels are two thinner panels of precast with a wythe of an insulating material in between them. The thickness of these panels will vary based upon the R-value that you need to achieve.

Ramp Walls (or Lite walls)


When precast began manufacturing parking and other structures, one complaint was that not enough light was allowed to pass through the building. The ramp wall fixes that problem by creating an opening that light may pass through. These walls are typically on the interior of the building. They also can have metal piping cast into them to prevent pedestrians from accidently falling from one level to another.



At East Texas Precast, we often use spandrels to meet the open air requirements for garages. They are finished to match both the walls and columns of a garage, or they can be given a separate finish to provide the garage with a unique look. Any finish that can be produced on walls can also be produced on the spandrel.


East Texas Precast can manufacture stairs to fit any type of building.