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Who Can Install Precast Concrete Walls

So you’ve designed your precast concrete walls and they’ve arrived on site. But how do you go about installing them?

In this article, we’ll discuss what you need to do before installing precast concrete walls, whether installing concrete walls is something you can do yourself, and where to go when you need professional assistance with precast concrete walls.

What to Do Before Installing Precast Concrete Walls

In this section, we’ll discuss what needs to be done before you attempt to install your precast concrete product. Before any installation is undertaken, you should consider:

Planning & Permitting

Just as with any construction project, planning and permitting is one of the first steps you will need to take when installing precast concrete walls. You should be thorough in the planning process and ensure everyone involved is aware of what needs to be done (and the roles they play) before starting the installation.

Permitting is also vital and, admittedly, probably something you should take care of before embarking on your precast concrete design. Most councils and state governments have an array of permits you need if you intend to build (some of which are dependent on the type of project).

As such, you should be aware of this before installation or any form of construction commences.


Having a design that will work for your requirements is integral to the installation of precast concrete walls. This is where our team at Specialty Precast comes into its own. With decades of experience in the industry we’ve crafted one of the most reliable precast concrete solutions on the market and have the expertise to customise it specifically to your requirements.

Who Can Install Precast Concrete Walls?

Installing precast concrete walls - or any precast concrete for that matter - comes with its own set of risks and regulations. State and local laws dictate that only qualified crews with experienced riggers and certified dogmen.

Can I Install Precast Concrete Walls Myself?

No. State and local laws or building codes decree that you cannot install your precast walls yourself unless you have the required qualifications. This is because such practices are dangerous - particularly regarding the operation of heavy machinery such as cranes.

To install precast concrete walls yourself - without the recommended training and certification - would place yourself and others in harm’s way.

Where to Go If You Need Professional Advice

The advice in this article is for general use only. We would never recommend you install a precast concrete wall yourself. This should always be done by a qualified construction crew member and in conjunction with manufacturer’s instructions.

When you need advice on the manufacture of your precast concrete walls, talk to the experts at Specialty Precast.

Architectural Precast Concrete

Here at Specialty Precast, we have been working with developers and architects for over 40 years. From unique concrete panels to elegantly designed street furniture and walkways, our team can come up with anything a designer can imagine. 

Our bespoke architectural precast products can be tailor-made for your personal specifications. Supplied in almost any size, shape, colour, or texture, our precast concrete products are perfect for any business or government firm that is looking for something innovative and uniquely modern.

So, no matter your needs, talk to us about our architectural precast range of products and benefit from something that will be structurally designed, beautifully finished, and aesthetically pleasing on the eye.

Decorative Use Of Architectural Precast Concrete For Steps

What Is Architectural Precast?

Architectural precast concrete is the name given to large pieces of concrete that are both structural and decorative in function.

As one of the top suppliers in Australia, we can provide those concrete products that can fit in with your personal design specifications.

You can expect something elegantly and uniquely designed when you choose architectural precast concrete.


It can be altered in form, colour, and textures, with a range of surface finishing techniques, including sandblasting, staining, and edging, which can complement the needs of your product design.

Whatever the application - from street furniture to city walkways - you can trust our experienced team at Speciality Precast to help you with your development needs.

We will incorporate the different aggregates and finishing techniques that are unique to your project and will use the very best in manufacturing methods to ensure the final product is something we will both be proud of. 

Key Features

When choosing architectural precast concrete for your project, you can expect a range of benefits.

Architectural precast concrete can be moulded into a variety of shapes and sizes. Textures and colours can be adapted too, so you can benefit from something that matches your product design perfectly.

Talk to us about the products we have already supplied to our clients, and let us know about the finishes, colours, and structural designs that you require.

Our concrete products are both safe and structurally sound. They are fire-resistant too, and resistant to impact, making them a perfect choice for any company looking for long-lasting architectural solutions. 

Architectural precast concrete can be produced with a wide variety of finishes, including those that are sandblasted, polished, and acid-etched. Inlaying materials can be used, including natural stone and ceramic tiles.

There is almost an unlimited amount of aggregates and pigments that can be used. No matter the purpose then, something can be created with outstanding aesthetic appeal. 

Specialty Precast

If you are looking for a beautifully designed, structurally sound product, our experienced team can give you what you need.

Whatever the application, you can trust us to produce something that is unique to your needs, with the very best in manufacturing methods to ensure the finished product matches and even exceeds your expectations.

Contact Us

To learn more about what our company can offer you, get in touch with us today.

Call us at (07) 3265 6626, drop us an email here,, or click on our contact page to use the other communication options that are available.