Demand for commercial construction continues to increase as our population grows and building owners innovate, making fast, reliable, and sustainable construction materials imperative. Precast concrete systems fit the bill many times over. If you’re interested in exploring precast innovations while earning CEUs, sign up for a Lunch & Learn presentation by Wells. We offer a variety of AIA, NCEES and HSW approved presentations. Available in-person or virtually, each presentation is approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes for Q&A.



We’ve covered a range of topics and can tailor presentations to meet your needs including Emerging Trends in Precast; Sustainable Design, Precast 101; New Strides in Architectural Precast; Precast for Parking Structures, and Total Precast Systems.  For more information about available presentations, please download our Presentation Brochure or contact one of our sales representatives.

Wells Concrete is a registered provider through our unique relationship with the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) and AltusGroup. Contractors, owners, architects and engineers can learn about thermal testing, complete building envelope systems,  Graphic Concrete, engineers and prestressed concrete, and glass or carbon fiber reinforced concrete.

Schedule a presentation today. You won’t regret investing an hour learning about how precast can benefit your designs and projects.

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Wells 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.


Attendees from each presentation will be submitted to PCI, which is a registered provider of education with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the National Council of Examiners of Engineers and Surveyors (NCEES), the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE), and the International Code Council (ICC). Their quality education programs offer Learning Units (LU) to architects and Professional Development Hours (PDH) to engineers. They keep all attendance sheets on file for a minimum of 3 years.