Otway Precast panelling for Springvale Mausoleum design

Polished precast concrete design for Springvale Cemetery and Mausoleum

02.05.2015  Project

The Springvale Cemetery and Saint Padre Pio Mausoleum was completed in May 2015. In conjunction with Webb Architects and Allmore Constructions, we were able to produce 57 polished precast panels and lintel beams and 2 x 16-ton 25 urn plots. Set to work in conjunction with the Italian tiles, the precast was polished to a low...


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Surf Coast Secondary College

Surf Coast Secondary College precast project

02.09.2014  Project

Structurally sound, aesthetically pleasing. Otway Precast worked with Ireland Brown Constructions and DWP Suters Architects to complete works on Surf Coast Secondary College in September 2014. The project comprises of 147 black precast panels and retaining walls and 53 black precast wave columns. Using the precast column to act as a diagonal bracing allowed designers to remove a...


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Deakin University ISIS

Architectural concrete design for Deakin University, Waurn Ponds

01.04.2014  Project

The architectural design project for Deakin University in Waurn Ponds involved working with Shape Group (formerly ISIS Group) and 6 Degrees Architects. This project involved 35 suspended façade panels, featuring a three-metre circular cut out of a four-by-four metre square panel. This project also boasts 2500 individually hand-placed oyster shells on the off-form face of the precast....


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Retaining wall walkway to the Twelve Apostles

Precast retaining wall project provides walkway to the Twelve Apostles

02.02.2014  Project

Otway Precast worked with Global Contracting, Parks Victoria and Thomas Berrill Landscape Architects to complete the last stage of the coastal walk from Apollo Bay to the Twelve Apostles. The retaining wall project, called ‘Gibson Steps’ was completed in 2014 and incorporated 28 sand-blasted rich red-oxide concrete panels, with a mixture of sea shells and crushed abalone...


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Precast concrete projects, Victoria-wide

02.02.2014

We pride ourselves on our ability to complete projects that are not easy or “everyday” works. Our highly-skilled staff have the ability to create products requiring thoughtful planning and attention to detail. Based in Colac, we service all of Victoria including Geelong for precast concrete panels, retaining walls, fences, bridges, bunkers and more. We produce...


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University of Ballarat

Architectural precast panels set University of Ballarat – Tech College apart

02.12.2013  Project

Otway Precast completed works on the University of Ballarat – Tech College in 2013. The University’s tech precinct featured a double-stacked ribbed finish on façade of the building and internal lift and stair core. A Reckli rubber form liner gives the precast concrete panels its pattern. The patterned panels give the building extra depth and sets it...


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The thermal properties of precast concrete

08.11.2013

Concrete is a dense material and one that absorbs and stores heat well – protecting you and/or your products from overheating. Concrete is a self-regulator, absorbing heat until the temperature drops and becomes cooler (at night) at which time it will then release the heat stored throughout the day. For your precast concrete home or...


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Civic Home Hardware, Colac

Civic Home Hardware, Colac

02.01.2013  Project

Otway Precast was involved in the construction of the Civic Home Hardware store in Colac, providing precast concrete panels for the structure and façade of the building.


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Western District Employment Access, Colac

Reverse-clad precast project for WDEA in Warrnambool

01.06.2012  Project

Otway Precast was pleased to work with Fairbrother Constructions on the Western District Employment Access (WDEA) project in Warrnambool, to create a stunning and structurally sound building incorporating precast concrete. The project incorporated 40 precast concrete panels used mainly for structural purposes, creating a visually pleasing reverse-clad building.


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