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Easy Does It: Doing a Great Job in Difficult Circumstances

By | February 16th, 2017|Concrete Wall, Uncategorized|

When you see an attractive precast concrete wall enclosing an industrial site or perhaps lining a residential development, you can’t imagine what might have gone into building that wall. We’ve had some doozies—that is, jobs that had many extra considerations. We rarely have a project that is just easy. In Neighborville, Illinois, we were putting [...]

A Retaining Wall: More Than Just Pretty

By | February 2nd, 2017|Concrete Wall|

There are many benefits and uses for Artisan Precast walls. Whether you need a security enclosure, perimeter fencing, a sound or sight barrier, or beautiful equestrian fencing, we have something to fit your needs. But another benefit and added bonus is that you can use our products as a retaining wall. In Columbia, SC, the [...]

Custom Made For Your Needs

By | January 26th, 2017|Concrete Wall, Creative, Design|

When you hear the word concrete, maybe you think of a giant slab of industrial gray stone. Sounds depressing! At Artisan, we are in the business of creating something beautiful as well as functional. We can custom tailor our concrete walls to match your engineering, architectural, and aesthetic needs. We were once working on an [...]

Building Security With Concrete Walls

By | January 19th, 2017|Concrete Wall, Creative|

One of the main reasons our customers come to us for precast concrete walls is for security. They need to protect their investment from vandalism, theft, or natural interference. So we often get the chance to come up with creative solutions to fit our customers’ needs. For example, we once had customer who had a [...]

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A Pier System for the Ups and Downs

By | December 15th, 2016|Concrete Fence, Concrete Wall|

Precast concrete walls use a unique pier system that beats out traditional masonry in several ways. One of the most common challenges we find on projects is rising and falling topography. How do you put up a wall that goes up the side of a hill? A typical masonry wall has one long, continuous foundation. [...]

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