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Custom wingwall sections for a box culvert project we produced for the City of Minnetonka, Minnesota.
Our precast concrete tanks at the new Loves Travel Stop site in Wadsworth, Illinois have been outfitted with BioBarrier High Strength Membrane Bioreactors (HSMBR) by BioMicrobics.
Learn more about our new AutoCAD Drafter in the Q&A here!
These Urn Crypts, produced by our Roxana, IL plant, are going to the Omaha National Cemetery.
The roof is on and the interior walls are being painted at our Maiden Rock plant 2 addition.
Flashback Friday: The first-ever dry well delivered by Joe Wieser in 1965. It wasn’t until the late 1980s that self-consolidating concrete was developed, which spreads under its own weight.
Wieser Brothers General Contractor is pouring the floor for the Plant 2 addition at our Maiden Rock, WI location!
Ed Kees and Dan McKinney attracting a crowd at the Wieser Concrete Farmfest booth #121!
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck? Here is a sneak peek at our woodchip/precast concrete noise wall production process.
Another year, another Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in the books. Following a week of scorching temperatures, immense rainfall, and high humidity, Farm Tech seemed to be a blessing in disguise with perfect weather and a great turnout.
As some of you may already know, Wayne Poepping passed away on Saturday at his home. Our hearts go out to Wayne’s family and friends.
In the Maiden Rock plant today, we have a 40′ wide by 22′ long headwall for a box culvert all set up for a fitment check.
Wieser Form Fabrication is putting the finishing touches on a new hydraulic double mesh bender in their Menomonie shop.
Three of our decorative precast concrete compass tables have been custom-stained and are ready to be shipped out!These tables are a great addition to any patio, restaurant, park, school, and more indoor or outdoor applications.
Shawn Enberg, our installation foreman, just completed our retaining wall project at Cascade Mountain in Portage, WI. Due to the intense 2018 summer rainfall, significant ground saturation caused the existing timber retaining walls at Cascade Mountain to fail.