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Precast Concrete

Dept. Of Transportation Approved

Are you in need of high-quality precast concrete jersey barriers in the Saskatoon area? Look no further than Froese Concrete Ltd. Based in Warman, Saskatchewan, we have been proudly serving Saskatoon and the surrounding areas since 1960. Our precast Dept. of Transportation approved jersey barriers are now available to meet all of your traffic management, visibility enhancement, and perimeter security needs. At Froese Concrete, we understand the importance of using durable and reliable blocks to direct and manage vehicle and pedestrian traffic effectively.

Froese Concrete Ltd. Offers precast concrete jersey barriers and vehicle blocks. Our high-quality blocks are ideal for managing and directing vehicle and pedestrian traffic, enhancing visibility on worksites, and providing robust perimeter security for various applications.

Our precast concrete products are D.O.T. approved for British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Available at the concrete plant location on highway #11 near Warman.

Jersey Barriers 8′ base, 24″ wide and 34″ high $380.00 each

High Quality Precast Concrete Blocks

Our precast concrete blocks are made with the highest quality materials to ensure long-lasting performance in various applications throughout Saskatchewan. Whether you need blocks for a commercial, residential, or agricultural project, we have the right solution for you. Our precast concrete blocks are designed to provide robust perimeter security while enhancing visibility on worksites. With Froese Concrete, you can trust that our blocks will meet all of your traffic management needs, keeping your property safe and secure.

Types of Precast Concrete Barriers

The nature of your project and the intended application of the concrete barrier will determine the appropriate product. Specific design specifications must be met to use certain models in particular circumstances. Froese Concrete Ltd. offers a DOT approved precast concrete barrier, suitable for both permanent fixtures on roads or highways and temporary solutions.

Barriers for Roadside Construction

Barriers are used on roadside construction projects to protect workers on busy urban streets or highways. Jersey barriers, in particular, help manage pedestrian traffic around the construction site, ensuring safety for both workers and pedestrians.

Concrete Barriers for High Foot Traffic Areas

Precast concrete barriers are highly effective in managing pedestrian traffic in commercial spaces. By placing these road barriers, pedestrians are directed to travel in designated areas, enhancing safety. Additionally, barriers can serve as permanent medians for roads.

Concrete Barriers for Perimeter Security

Businesses can benefit from using concrete barriers to create a protective perimeter around their buildings. These barriers are also useful at local outdoor events, where they can establish a secure pedestrian zone by demarcating the event's perimeter and keeping pedestrians contained.

Type A Barrier

The Type A mini precast concrete barrier is a popular choice for enhancing road safety in commercial or industrial workspaces, offering protection for both motorists and workers.

Low Profile Barrier

The low profile (LP) precast concrete barrier is ideal for applications requiring increased safety for workers and road users while minimizing line-of-sight issues in moderate-to-low-speed work zones.

Low Profile Transition Barrier

LPT barriers ensure smooth transitions in extended work zones, seamlessly transitioning from low-speed urban areas to high-speed urban or rural areas with minimal visual impact. They also facilitate a shift from a low-profile to an F-shape cross-section.

New Jersey Barrier

Developed in the 1950s, the modular design of NJ barriers effectively minimizes vehicle damage and prevents crossovers that could lead to head-on collisions. Taller NJ barriers also block most oncoming headlights, enhancing safety.

New Jersey Transition Barrier

NJT barriers are perfect for applications that require transitioning the height of standard New Jersey precast barriers from high to low.

850 City Barrier

City-style precast barriers reduce line-of-sight issues in moderate-to-low-speed work zones. Their minimal visual impact also restricts pedestrian movement, discouraging crossings at unmarked, mid-block locations.

850 City Transition Barrier

The 850 City Style transition (CST) barrier is ideal for extended work zones, offering minimal visual impact and smooth transitions from low-speed to high-speed urban areas.

Full “F” Style Barrier

The FFS barrier system, a modified version of the New Jersey barrier, provides additional safety for lighter vehicles. It reroutes traffic, protects pedestrians and workers during highway construction, and serves as a buffer between opposing traffic lanes on high-speed highways.

Full “F” Style Transition Barrier

The F-Style Transition (FST) barrier is excellent for applications needing a height transition from high to low in Full F-Style precast barriers, offering added safety.

F-Shape Level 3 Barrier

The F-Shape Level 3 (FSL3) barrier represents a new generation of safety shapes, designed to limit vehicle damage and effectively divide lanes of traffic during highway construction.

F-Shape Level 3 Transition Barrier

The F-Shape Level 3 Transition (FSTL3) barrier provides added safety for applications requiring a height transition from high to low in FSL3 barriers.

Transition Barrier

The 460-CTB-1E barrier is ideal for roadside or shoulder applications during highway construction, offering minimal visual impact while defining workspaces and preventing vehicles from veering off-road into hazards.

Bullnose Barrier

The 460CBN barrier provides minimal visual impact at each end of barrier systems, designed to connect to both male and female 460 transition barriers.

690-CRB-H Barrier

The 690-CRB-H barrier establishes defined workspaces and protects drivers from natural or manmade roadside hazards such as rivers, ditches, or rock bluffs with minimal visual impact.

690-CRB-E Barrier

The 690-CRB-E barrier offers a robust lower-profile guardrail protection system for roadside or shoulder applications during highway construction.

690-CDB-E Barrier

The 690-CDB-E barrier can be equipped with drain voids or sleeves to prevent median drainage from crossing driving lanes. It maximizes safety benefits for defined workspaces and protects against roadside hazards.

810-CMB-H Barrier

The 810-CMB-H barrier provides an additional safety layer, separating opposing lanes of traffic during highway construction.

810-CMB-E Barrier

The 810-CMB-E barrier system prevents errant vehicles from crossing the centerline on high-speed highways and blocks most oncoming headlights due to its taller height. The 810-CMB-H barrier provides an additional safety layer, separating opposing lanes of traffic during highway construction.

810 to 690 CTB-2H Barrier

The 690-CTB-2H barrier defines workspaces and shields drivers from natural or manmade roadside hazards, such as rivers, ditches, or rock bluffs.

Mega Blocks

Mega Block precast concrete barriers are versatile for various projects, including building retaining or divider walls and barriers, making them suitable for a wide range of applications.

Common Questions about Precast Concrete

What is precast concrete?

Precast concrete is a construction product produced by casting concrete in a reusable mold or "form" which is then cured in a controlled environment, transported to the construction site, and lifted into place using cranes, skid steers or forklifts.

What are the advantages of using precast concrete?

Durability and strength. Consistent quality and finish. Speed of construction. Reduced labor costs on-site. Enhanced safety during installation. Environmental benefits, such as reduced waste.

What are common applications of precast concrete?

Building and structural components (e.g., beams, columns, panels). Infrastructure (e.g., bridges, culverts, tunnels). Landscape and site amenities (e.g., benches, planters, barriers). Utility products (e.g., manholes, pipes, utility vaults).
Traffic control, building protection and fuel tank protection

How does precast concrete compare to cast-in-place concrete?

Precast concrete is produced off-site in a controlled environment, ensuring higher quality and faster installation, whereas cast-in-place concrete is poured and cured on-site, which can be more time-consuming and weather-dependent.

Can precast concrete be customized?

Yes, precast concrete can be customized in terms of shapes, sizes, finishes, and colors to meet specific project requirements.

What is the lifespan of precast concrete structures?

Precast concrete structures are known for their longevity, often lasting several decades with minimal maintenance due to their durability and resistance to weathering and chemical attack.

How are precast concrete elements transported and installed?

They are transported to the construction site via trucks and are usually installed using cranes. The process involves careful planning to ensure safe handling and accurate placement.

How does precast concrete ensure quality control?

Precast concrete production occurs in a controlled environment, allowing for rigorous quality control measures, consistent material properties, and adherence to specifications.

Are there any limitations to using precast concrete?

Transport and handling of large or heavy elements can be challenging. Initial costs may be higher compared to some other methods, but overall project costs can be lower due to faster installation and reduced on-site labor.

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Your Precast Concrete Experts

Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to delivering top-notch products and exceptional customer service to ensure your satisfaction. In addition to our precast concrete barriers, Froese Concrete also offers a wide range of aggregate products, sand, and gravel for all of your concrete needs. Whether you are working on a construction project or landscaping your property, we have the materials you need to get the job done right. When it comes to precast concrete in Saskatoon and Area, Froese Concrete is your go-to source for high-quality barriers and exceptional service. Contact us today to learn more about our products and how we can help you with all of your concrete needs. Trust Froese Concrete to provide you with the best precast concrete solutions in Saskatchewan.

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