The only industry body representing precast concrete manufacturers.
Since 1990, National Precast has grown to become the peak body for the Australian precast concrete industry.
Membership comprises precast manufacturers of all capabilities, across all states, as well as product and service suppliers, industry professionals, tertiary institutions and allied organisations. As it unites the industry through national members’ meetings and dinners, National Precast empowers, represents and promotes its members.
“National Precast is an energetic group of individuals, passionate about precast, working vigorously to continue the remarkable growth of precast and represent its interests. Join our community and use our services – there’s a lot on offer!” Sarah Bachmann, CEO
Our executive team
National Precast is governed by a Board of Directors, who are nominated by Master Precaster and Precaster members each year. The national office is run by our CEO and is located in Adelaide South Australia. Read more.
Precasters: Services that stack up
Membership for precasters gives access a range of services that make membership a cost-effective win-win, including:
precast-relevant Australian Standards for download and print
graduate internship programme – no cost 12 week graduates in a range of disciplines
legal, WHS and HR advice – 1 hour advice per issue with our legal partner Moray & Agnew
printed project case studies & exposure in national magazines
attendance at local and interstate member events
fortnightly legal or technical webinars
referrals and tender opportunities
use of the National Precast member logo
represent National Precast on standards’ and other committees
influence authorities and drive changes to standards and codes.
Architects, engineers, builders, academics, students… we have you covered too.
The Association produces a constant supply of information across a number of platforms, which is readily available to the industry.
As well as its publications – the most notable being the Precast Concrete Handbook – National Precast also has a formidable range of other information available. From the many fact sheets that can be found on the Association’s website, a regular supply of member case studies is also available.
Another initiative, the Free Subscriber service, allows precasters, engineers, architects and contractors to sign up to receive regular electronic newsletters.
The Tender Service is popular for building contractors, making it easy to source prices from National Precast members, knowing they are dealing with precasters who have passed National Precast’s membership requirements.
Also available is the Find-a-Precaster service that is available on National Precast’s website, as well as the R-Value Calculator tool that calculates the thermal mass benefit of precast.
National Precast’s mission is to unite, empower, represent and promote the Australian precast industry at a national and state level, to make precast the preferred choice for sustainable construction.