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About Us

Welcome to Dailey Precast

Our mission is to provide our clients with creative design/build services, with total focus on your project’s success.

Dailey Precast, LLC, headquartered in Shaftsbury, VT specializes in the design and manufacturing of quality precast/prestressed concrete products. Our projects include parking structures, building exteriors, bridges, sports stadiums and retaining walls throughout Metro New York/New Jersey, Upstate New York and New England.

Our mission is to provide our clients with creative design/build services, with total focus on your project’s success. We care – and our team is committed to work with you to strengthen design, reduce costs and deliver the project you want.

In 2018, Dailey Precast and its parent company, Peckham Industries, Inc., joined the SoVermont economic development partnership, which promotes the southern Vermont region’s diverse employers and job opportunities as well as the region’s quality of life, hospitality, and recreational features. Dailey Precast has a wide range of employment opportunities available, with more information available on the Careers page. We invite prospective employees to come build a thriving life, career, and future with us in a part of Vermont that offers superior access to superb places, people, opportunities and benefits.

Experience Case Study

Dailey Precast designed a mold which seamlessly integrated with the contemporary facade of the garage. The precast solution conveyed architectural intent, provided structural stability and exceeded the client’s expectations.

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Innovation Case Study

Two I-84 Bridges over Dingle Ridge Road. Each bridge has 26 precast pieces. 6 36D NEXT Beams, 2 End Diaphragms, 6 Sleeper Slabs and 12 Approach Slabs. Significant time and money were saved.

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Quality Control Case Study

Surface treatments include multiple exterior finishes completed during the fabrication process. Additional features include decorative reveal patterns, split block pattern, and popcorn texture. During Phase 2, cultured stone and masonry paint were added.

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