Used primarily for larger projects, precast concrete box culverts can be found along roadways, railways, and trails as part of a larger storm drain system.
As you can imagine, any standing water on a major highway or state route is a multi-car accident waiting to happen. Thus, our reinforced concrete box sections for culverts, storm drains, and sewers are among the most critical of precast products.
What makes precast culverts so attractive is their ability to handle large sums of water, their design flexibility, ease of installation, and standard sizes that make for quick turnaround delivery times. Box sections for culverts are made well before they are needed, allowing the projects to meet deadlines and remain on schedule.
Durability of Precast Concrete Box Culverts
Rogue Valley Precast concrete culverts are built to last, whether they’re made for storage, a safe passage under a road, or under a locomotive carrying 100 cars. All of our buried infrastructure, including manholes and vaults, are designed, mixed, and manufactured to last up to a century with tremendous loading conditions baked into their design.
We’re able to make this claim because of how our products are manufactured. Casting concrete in a controlled environment, the precast concrete experts at our Rogue Valley Precast plant are able to oversee all of the material handling from start to finish.
Whether it’s mixing the aggregate with the cement or adding water, the proper amounts are applied to each pour with quality control that sets the industry standard.
Once hardened, we’re able to test the strength of each piece we make on-site. This allows Rogue Valley to ensure that the box culverts you receive are ready for installation. Because of this, we provide consistent, quality pieces to your job site.
The same holds true for all our precast concrete products, whether they are precast reinforced concrete box culverts, products for office buildings and freeways, or concrete pipes and prestressed concrete forms for buried infrastructure.