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Our History

Past Experience Building on Future Success

1968

Kroeger Precast, Inc. opens doors for production of architectural precast products.

1982

Kroeger Precast awarded the Carl E Shawver Bronze Medal Award for Precast Concrete Manufacturing excellence at the Architectural Precast Association National Convention. 

1987

The thirty-three story Lincoln Center in Minneapolis, MN is erected using precast manufactured from Kroeger Precast.

1991

Kroeger Precast is purchased by Omaha’s Enterprise Properties, Inc.

1999

Kroeger Precast completes production of the University of Nebraska  Memorial Stadium skyboxes addition.

2000

Kroeger precast changes name to Enterprise Precast Concrete, Inc.

2001

Enterprise Precast produces precast panels for Omaha’s first LEED Certified building, the National Parks Headquarters, located on Omaha’s newly re-developed Riverfront.

2013

Enterprise Precast produces North America's first terracotta clad insulated precast wall panels for the Henry Bloch School of Business at the University of Missouri - Kansas City.

Enterprise Precast Texas based in Corsicana, TX produces it’s first precast wall panels. The Texas plant’s focus continues on the production of high quality architectural precast concrete similar to the Omaha plant.

2017

Texas A&M Kyle Field Stadium in College Station opens. Enterprise Precast’s Corsicana, TX production facility produced architectural precast panels with tumbled thin brick for one of the largest college football renovations in the history of collegiate athletics.

2018

Murphysboro High School in Murphysboro, Illinois opens. Enterprise Precast’s Omaha, NE production facility produced architectural precast panels for one of North America's first Graphic Concrete installations.