Barriers & Retaining Walls

Ultimate produce a wide range of engineered earth retaining systems designed to provide a straightforward and cost-effective solution for your next project. Issues with wall height, right-of-way, seismic activity, drainage, quality control and aesthetics can all be overcome by specifying the use of a precast concrete earth retaining system. There Read more…

Timaru Road Residence

This project has been designed with Nirvana Insulated concrete wall panels. The wall surfaces have been left natural to give the building a strong appearance, softened with the use of timber weatherboards. Precast concrete columns have also been exposed as a main design feature of the residence.

Sackville Street Residence

This residence utilises precast concrete as the dominant construction method. Precast concrete panels make up most of the exterior and some interior walls also. The first floor is constructed with prestressed flat slabs which are used to cantilever sections of the first floor creating a dramatic visual appearance.

Pukeariki Landing & Foreshore

Precast concrete has been utilised both structurally and architecturally in the redevelopment of the whole Pukeariki Museum/Library, Landing, Foreshore and walkway. To name a few the works included: • Pre-stressed bridges • Precast wall panels • Precast retaining walls • Bollards • Stairs • Seating

McLean Street Residence

This residence has been constructed with the use of multiple precast concrete elements. Prestressed flat slabs create the first-floor construction of the house and cantilevered balcony. Precast concrete panels have been utilised as a fencing solution and polished precast stair treads are an architectural feature within this project.

OSP Grain Store

Ultimate Engineered Concrete was engaged to manufacture and install the precast concrete wall panels for a new Grain Store, located in Bell Block. The production of these units took place in our factory and the large panels were transported to the site and erected over the course of six days. Read more…