September 22, 2013 / News & Events

AMESBURY, MA — Shea Concrete Products, a leading innovator in the precast concrete industry, hosted its 15th Technical Engineering Seminar at its state-of-the-art headquarters facility in August. The event brought together over 40 industry specialists in a collaborative atmosphere of learning, networking, and exploring.

As an organization committed to advancement in precast concrete manufacturing, Shea Concrete regularly hosts engineering seminars to engage with and inspire a broader audience of industry professionals. This month’s seminar continued this tradition with enthusiasm, allowing the Shea Concrete team to share precast concrete best practices, key insights, and a firsthand look at the cutting-edge technology used at the manufacturer’s Amesbury, MA plant.

Attendees from diverse backgrounds were treated to informational sessions (courtesy of Shea’s own team as well as professionals representing Recon Wall Systems and SFC Engineering Partnership, Inc.) hosted at Shea’s Gold LEED-certified headquarters facility. The group was also invited to a “hard hat” tour of the facilities manufacturing plant, led by Shea Concrete Products President Greg Stratis.

“The enthusiastic turnout at these seminars time and time again underscores the potential for growth in the precast concrete industry,” said Stratis. “Events like these give us the opportunity to not only engage with current industry professionals, but also to inspire a new generation of specialists to explore a career in precast concrete.”

For those who could not attend, Shea Concrete invites industry professionals to stay tuned for details about another upcoming seminar in Q4. Connect with Shea Concrete on social media, through their website (, or over the phone at 800-696-7432 (SHEA) for more details!

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