Precast Interlocking Concrete Blocks

Our Precast Concrete blocks can be used for a huge amount of different solutions, whether your building a precast retaining wall, installing segregation bays, installing blast walls or creating a Precast Concrete Building

The Precast blocks come in various sizes suitable for different needs. To learn more about the products, click here to see our range of blocks and sizes

The Precast blocks are first cast in moulds which are then left to set for 24 hours before finally removing the mould to give the finished product. By producing the Precast Concrete this way, it allows our team to give the concrete enough time to cure and harden. This process enables us to create a cost effective but excellent solution to traditional concrete blocks. The blocks themselves can be interlocked and it is this system that ensures they are robust and strong enough to withstand whatever you are using the Precast concrete blocks for.

We manufacture and deliver Precast concrete blocks to a number of different industries including Construction, Recycling and Waste Management, to Transport and Agriculture sectors. To see some of our most recent jobs click here to view our most recent Cast Studies

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CALL 0800 880 3135

Call today and tell us about your project or complete the quick quote form above and we will call you.


We Can Design Your Project For You

interlocking block material baysWe offer a full design service from simply working out how many blocks you require for your project to full design including drawings and calculations.

Our full design service can include:

  • Planning applications
  • Structural engineering design and calculations
  • 2D and 3D CAD drawings and BIM models
  • Building regulation applications
  • Full project management services


CALL 0800 880 3135

Call today and tell us about your project. We can then design it and give you the quantities of blocks you require together with a quotation. We supply all the method and risk assessments and COSHH data sheets for installation. Opening hours from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (except bank holidays).