Marine Precast


If you manufacture marine precast, location is important. Marine precast products are normally larger, heavier and longer than conventional precast products. Shipping can be a problem; which is why it is critical that a manufacturer of marine precast have a waterfront location.

CPS is located on the southern branch of the Elizabeth River which is part of the ntracoastal Waterway. Our newly renovated finger pier can accommodate barges as large as 220 feet in length and 56 feet in width. The pier was designed to load barges by driving a Travel-Lift crane on to the fingers of the pier and over the barge. Our location and pier, along with our own ABS barge enables us to economically ship our precast by barge throughout the eastern seaboard.

Listed below are just a few of our concrete products:

  • Concrete Pile
  • Sheet Pile
  • Pile Caps
  • Deck Slabs
  • Facia Panels
  • Precast Fender Systems
  • Dolphins

We produce square pile from 12″ up to 36″ and we produce Static Cast Cylinder piles 36″ and 54″ diameter. CPS has produced a single piece pile up to 175′

CPS has the ability to cast any size sheet pile required for your needs.

We pride ourselves on innovated solutions in converting your cast in place cap to precast. We have successfully done this on major projects across the country including the Tappan Zee Bridge replacement where we converted 59 cast in place caps to precast. Saving the customer months of schedule and cost. With the CPS heavy lift gantry crane we have the ability to precast caps up to 400 tons.

CPS has the ability to cast any size deck panel required for your needs. We have a 24′ wide prestressed bed and multiple casting areas for precast deck panels.

CPS has successfully converted multiple cast in place Fascia Panels to precast saving the customer on schedule and cost.

Take advantage of CPS history and heavy lift capabilities on complicated fender designs. CPS has supplied fender systems to Willis Avenue Bridge, Tappan Zee, Woodrow Wilson and Sarah Long Bridge.

CPS has assisted in the design on many dolphins over the years including this one for the Conco Phillips terminal. This was a 400 ton precast piece for Weeks Marine.

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