Consultation and Engineering. Initial consulting is done with the client to review schematics or
drawings of the project to review budget, schedule, and capabilities with precast panels.
Customization of a project can be done at this stage to adjust details to better suit specific
building needs. Construction Drawings are sent to the engineering team to design the panel
construction layout. Plans are then sent back to the owner for review and approval of the panel
Manufacturing and Customization. Ideal Building Systems requires a minimal lead time from clients to remain as flexible
as possible for their construction schedule. The manufacturing process can also allow some customization to accommodate
specific needs a project may have to ensure structural support, increase the speed of the project, or better fit into the
overall design. Basic components such as insulation and framing are integrated into the walls manufacturing process to
reduce the customers construction process. The forms are custom set by an experienced crew; then ready to be cast and
poured to be delivered to your site within 24 hours.
Finishing. After the walls are broom finished and cured, they are stored vertically on site until they are ready to be
shipped. When a site is ready for delivery, walls are loaded vertically on trucks and hauled to the site.
Erecting. Once the site is properly prepped, experienced crews are set to install the precast panels to form a monolithic
structure. The precast panels are reinforced laterally by being bolted together as well as slab ties being bolted
together and then braced for further framing. Once finished, customers can then begin their next phase of building with
the ultimate satisfaction of knowing the amount of time they have saved. These precast walls not only offer a safe and
solid investment for the builder, but also offer a 15 year warranty to end users.