Easi-Set Mountain West Precast: As a company we are seeing a considerable amount of interest in our precast buildings and restrooms, both around Utah and also around the inter-mountain west which includes Idaho, Colorado and Wyoming. We found the article below helpful to explain the benefits of precast concrete buildings to remote locations like the National Park Service. Easi-Set Mountain West Precast is a new product for us and we see great potential in its many uses. As a member of the National Precast Concrete Association we constantly strive for innovative products.
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First of all, the National Parks System spans 417 areas over 84 million square acres. Ever since 1916, its roughly 22,000 employees strive to keep the open land in each state and U.S. territory. To remain true to its natural habitat and enjoyable for visitors. Secondly, maintaining the shelters and restrooms is part of that responsibility. The crew at the Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Van Buren, Mo., recently replaced one of its restrooms with a precast concrete building from Easi-Set Buildings.
The new Easi-Set Restroom was manufactured and installed by McCann Concrete Products Inc. of Dorsey, Illinois, a licensed producer of Easi-Set Buildings.
Finally, “The National Parks Service does a tremendous job providing and maintaining lodging and facilities for the millions of visitors each year, “ says Moffette Tharpe, managing director of Easi-Set Worldwide. “Precast concrete buildings are ideal for national parks because they are strong structures that require minimal maintenance. As a result, they can withstand extreme weather conditions from coast to coast. Easi-Set Buildings offers a variety of restroom models with different finishes and most noteworthy customization options, allowing each park to offer amenities specific to its needs.”
Remember Easi-Set Mountain West Precast can solve your building or restroom problems, find out how.