Concrete Products

FEB 2019

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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Page 50 of 77 February 2019 • 47 CHAIRMAN'S REPORT MIKE HOFFMAN, NPCA LINDSAY PRECAST At-A-Gl A nce Lindsay Precast Plant 1 in Canal Fulton, Ohio. The producer uses a patch-off as a teaching opportunity and provide employees a chance to show their knowledge and skills. A second Lindsay Precast plant is less than a mile down the road from the headquarters. As a septic tank installer who was having a hard time finding quality tanks for his customers, Roland Lindsay saw a need in the market. As an entrepreneur and hard-working businessman, he decided to start making them himself. Founded in 1961 and incorporated in 1968, Lind- say Precast, headquartered in Canal Fulton, Ohio, eventually started making precast manholes and other precast products. It has grown steadily ever since, and now offers more than 200 precast concrete products such as security vaults, bridge structures, agricultural products, specialty and custom products, and architec- tural products. The company has not only grown in the variety of products it offers, but also geographically. It now has operations in Colorado, Florida, North Car- olina and South Carolina. Lindsay Precast has shipped its products around the country and even across the globe to Russia, China, South America and Europe. Its customers include state and municipal governments, banks, utility companies, renewable energy companies and even the military. Lindsay has manufactured several high-profile security vaults, including the ones that protect our nation's Declaration of Independence and Constitution, as well as the chest that holds the Hope Diamond. To learn more about Lindsay Precast, visit

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