​In 2010 APIRE Magazine named Texas Concrete Co. precaster for a visually unique bridge. 

Part in Project: Precaster

Given by: ASPIRE Magazine

Bridge Name: Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Bridge 

Bridge Location:  Matagorda, Texas

In 2006 PCI Journal named Texas Concrete Co. precaster for the Best Bridge with Spans Greater than 135 Feet.

Part in Project:  Precaster

Given by:  PCI Journal

Bridge Name: Arapaho Road Bridge

Bridge Location:  Addison, Texas

Industry Awards

Our company was established in 1948 and produced the first pre-stressed girders used by the Texas Department of Transportation in 1956.  Since that time we have been in continuous production of pre-stressed/precast products for various states, counties, cities, and other governmental agencies.  We have also been involved in several major research projects for the University of Nebraska, University of Houston, Texas A&M University, University of Texas, the Federal Highway Administration and the State of Texas throughout the years.


We were the pioneers in the method of forming a void with a mandrel and strand deflection for which we hold several patents.  We offer years of pre-stressed knowledge along with the latest mixing, fabrication and curing facilities.  All testing and stressing equipment is checked daily and  certified as being within calibration specs set fourth by the industry.  Complete laboratory facilities are available for any inspecting personnel.  


Texas Concrete Partners can do the job you need done with the assurance that you receive the highest quality product.

Company History

In 1998 Ascent Magazine named Texas Concrete Co. precaster for the Best Bridge with Spans Greater than 135 Feet.

Part in Project:  Precaster

Given by:  Ascent Magazine

Bridge Name: Louetta Road Overpass

Bridge Location:  Houston, Texas

In 1997 Ascent Magazine named Texas Concrete Co. precaster for the Best Bridge Spanning 65 to 135 Feet.

Part in Project:  Precaster

Given by:  Ascent Magazine

Bridge Name:  Liberty-Laurel Overpass

Bridge Location:  Beaumont, Texas