Established in Riverside, California, in 1969, Inland Concrete Enterprises, an Employee Owned Company, opened to meet the precast demands for sanitary sewer and storm drain needs for the various agencies and contractors in southern California.
In late 2007, Oldcastle Inc., a subsidiary of CRH plc, a leading international manufacturer and supplier of building materials, acquired Inland Concrete Enterprises. With this acquisition Oldcastle Precast has been able to expand and meet the continual growing needs in the southern California precast market. Today, Oldcastle Precast is the largest precaster in the United States.
Our Riverside facility is situated on over 32 acres. We have 26,000 square feet of precast production line and rows of manhole shaft inventory ranging from inside diameter sizes of 24 inches to 144 inches, varying in heights. This state-of-the-art manufacturing plant has repeatedly produced 60 cubic yards of high-quality concrete products in a single shift and averages 12-15 cubic yards daily. We also have a 4,100 square foot warehouse and fabrication shop.
This facility’s primary equipment includes a computer-controlled batch plant, 20-ton mobile crane, and 4 concrete mixing trucks. Delivery is accomplished with 12-ton and 15-ton boom trucks.
We specialize in precast concrete for sanitary sewer and storm drain companies. We are also very accomplished in the rehabilitation of manholes and junction structures of varying sizes, using polyurethane sprayed on liners and PVC sheet liners. We are also experienced in cast in place applications, such as manhole bases, inlets, vaults, and junction structures, to name a few. With over 25 well-trained employees and an experienced management staff that includes a professional engineer and a craftsman-level production team, we ensure that our customers receive outstanding service, a competitive price, and unsurpassed quality.
At Oldcastle Precast-Inland Concrete, we explore innovative solutions and support continued opportunities, including environmental, Southern California infrastructure, residential, and commercial.