Century Group Delivers CCA Louisiana Precast Concrete Sign


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Century Group Delivers CCA Louisiana Precast Concrete Sign - Monday, February 8, 2010

Recently Century Group Inc. delivered and installed a precast concrete sign at the new Coastal Conservation Association of Louisiana state office. The new precast concrete sign featured the CCA fish logo cast into the top of the sign. Century precast concrete signs are designed to withstand hurricane force winds and won't rust, rot or corrode in the elements. For more information on Century Groups Inc.'s precast concrete signs and our other architectural and industrial precast concrete products, contact concrete@centurygrp.com, call 1-800-527-5232, Ext. 165 or visit www.centurygrp.com/.



Century Group Inc. has manufacturing facilities across the United States. Our Oklahoma Division, located in Muskogee, Oklahoma, services the states of Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri. Our Alabama Division located in Greenville, Alabama services Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Our Tennessee Division, located in Lebanon, Tennessee, territory includes Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin. Our North Carolina division, located in Princeton, North Carolina, territory includes South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York and Massachusetts. Our Louisiana facility is located in Sulphur, Louisiana and services Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana.

All Century Group precast concrete products are manufactured in the United States and meet the "Buy American” specifications. Century Group Railroad Grade Crossing Panels, Railroad Spill Containment Systems, Architectural and Industrial Precast Concrete products are available throughout the continental US and some products can be shipped worldwide.


 

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