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The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI): Is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, with membership throughout the world. PCI, an organization dedicated to fostering greater understanding and use of precast and prestressed concrete, maintains a full staff of technical and marketing specialists.

The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) represents the summation of the precast/prestress concrete industry's innovation, design, inspection, and process improvements gained since 1954. As an ISO 9001;2015 recognized and IAS (International Accreditation Service) Accredited Quality Program, PCI's Plant Certification serves as the industry's benchmark in quality system standards worldwide.

To earn and maintain PCI certification, plants must demonstrate their commitment to quality through:

  • The development of a comprehensive Quality System Manual

  • The utilization of an established Multi-step Inspection Process for all products

  • The successful completion and response to Unannounced Bi-annual Quality Audits through a third-party vendor

  • The completion and documentation of Annual Internal Audits

  • The completion and documentation of Continuous Root Cause Analysis and Process Improvements

  • Plant Personnel Training Certification through PCI

  • Regularly Maintained Calibration Intervals for all necessary Quality and Production Department equipment

  • The completion and documentation of Approved Vendors for all materials

STABIL Precast is proud to be a PCI Certified plant for 10 years! Our current product certifications through PCI include:

  • Category A1 Architectural Products - STABIL Certified Plant:  St. Petersburg, Florida

    • Includes exterior cladding, load-bearing and non-load-bearing wall panels, spandrels, beams, columns, and et al.

    • These products typically have more stringent requirements for dimensional tolerances, finish variations, and color consistency.

  • Category G Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Products​ - STABIL Certified PlantPalmetto, Florida

    • These architectural products are made by spraying cement/sand slurry reinforced with glass fiber into molds. The products are custom designed and contribute to a structure’s architectural expression through their finish, shape, color, or texture. The range of products is similar to those non-loadbearing units in category A1.

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