Puget Sound Precast is committed to the highest standard of quality available in the production of precast concrete products. All managers and employees are trained and committed to the Quality Control Manual, which provides for consistency in methods and procedures resulting in reliable, consistent, high-end finished products. Our production plant adheres to the National Precast Concrete Association's Certification Program as its external audit system, and the policies and procedures of the Quality Control Manual. It is our goal to manufacture the best precast concrete products available while focusing on continued growth, progress, modernization, and adaptability that come with changes and improved techniques. Following the detailed, outlined procedures, employees and customers alike will be assured that the company is offering the highest quality concrete products available in the marketplace.
In 1905, Dan Trippear opened Automatic Wilbert Vault Company, Inc. in Tacoma, Washington. The company primarily served area cemeteries with concrete vaults, marker bases, and related products.
In 1980, third-generation owner Glenn Colbert added a new precast division to serve the landscape and architectural precast business. This division, known as Puget Sound Precast, has been growing and expanding ever since. From landscape products such as commercial and residential planters, picnic tables, curbs, trash receptacles, and benches, to architectural products like stairs, landings, caps, sills, counter-tops, as well as artistic renderings and displays.
Puget Sound Precast is a locally owned, 5th generation family business, whose quality products and services, competitive prices, and consistent family ownership keep it going strong right into its second century.