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As Featured In….

Thank You

11-12_image2We are delighted to have Wieser Concrete’s Roxana production facility featured in the October 2012 “Concrete Products” magazine.
In addition, the magazine’s cover features a great shot of some of the product produced by the Roxana team.

The feature article is entitled “Growth Spur” and can be found on page 24. You can view the magazine online at



2013 Onsite Wastewater Training Seminars

Onsite Wastewater Professionals
can earn continuing education credits required by the State of Wisconsin in one, fun-filled day at the 2013 Onsite Wastewater Training Seminars sponsored by Wieser Concrete.

Seminars qualify as six (6) credits toward Wisconsin’s continuing education requirement and feature informational
sessions, and industry vendor displays showing the latest onsite technologies. Attendees will also have an opportunity to network with industry and regulatory professionals

Five seminars will be held in March, 2013.
The dates and locations are:

  • March 5 – Fond du Lac, WI
  • March 12- Maiden Rock, WI
  • March 14 – Portage, WI
  • March 19 – Shell Lake, WI
  • March 21 – Arbor Vitae, WI

If you would like to receive advance registration information electronically, please email: visit us on the web at or contact your nearest Wieser office

Upcoming Shows

Date Show Location
Dec 6-8, 2012 Minnesota State Cattlemen’s
Morton, Minnesota
Jan 9-10, 2013 IOWWA Annual Conference Des Moines, Iowa
Jan 8-10, 2013 Michigan Wastewater Conference East Lansing, Michigan
Jan 11-13, 2013 NPCA Annual Conference Indianapolis, Indiana

Forming Strength

11-12_image5The basics of building a strong structure are the same whether building a house or a precast structure….begin with a strong foundation! Wieser Concrete’s products start with a very strong foundation,forms fabricated by Wieser Engineering and Manufacturing. Wieser Concrete’s innovative products are only possible when there is a form designed and fabricated that allows that innovation to be produced in concrete. The ability to innovate and produce more efficient, effective products is a integral part of Wieser’s capacity to produce and deliver quality precast structures for an exceptional value.

At the time Wieser Concrete began looking to provide product for national veteran cemeteries, one key piece to winning those projects was Wieser’s wish to improve on the current design through form innovation. By designing a new forming option for the required products, Wieser Concrete was able to not only create a superior product, but also deliver better value through increased production, delivery and installation efficiencies. Wieser’s form division fabricates forms for Wieser’s five (5) production facilities and for precasters throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.
“Wieser is Forming Innovation”