Wells Concrete is committed to keeping the design community up-to-date on new precast technologies and innovations while continuing to develop interest in designing sustainable structures. We welcome clients, designers, association groups, and students to register for our continuing education presentations or educational plant tours.


Precast innovation has changed the construction industry and we’re continually adding new products, finishes to our precast lineup. Learn about the latest products, design trends, and applications for precast concrete and Infinite Facade, a single source building envelope solution.


Are you interested in learning more about precast? Do you need CEU credits? You’ve come to the right place. We offer a variety of AIA, NCEES and HSW approved presentations. Each presentation is about 45 minutes with 15 minutes for Q&A.


Wells’ manufacturing operations are a key element of our success. We encourage you to schedule a tour to see the inner workings of our plants. Tours are available at any time throughout the year with a confirmed appointment.

*AIA members are eligible to receive 1 AIA credit for attending a plant tour*


We know that sometimes seeing is believing – and once you see our Mock Up Sample Building and Screen Wall, you’ll unlock new possibilities for precast concrete in your future projects. You’ll see a variety of precast products, and newer finishes and features., including Graphic Concrete finishes, simulated natural stone, Terracotta, Infinite Facade, and more.


Teaching future engineers, architects and construction management students about designing with precast concrete is a priority for Wells. We continue to research collaborative education opportunities that allow us to develop architectural and structural engineering programs with leading education institutes.


Meet the Facade Squad – two great guys who love talking about facades, materials and design. These monthly webisodes explore the possibilities of tapping prefab to address common building challenges. Join us to learn about facades and have a little fun while you’re at it. .