Press Release – Cheyenne Readiness Center


Stresscon Project Awarded DBIA National Design‐Build Award

Colorado Springs, Colo. (October 25, 2013) ‐ Stresscon Corporation, a precast manufacturer and supplier of architectural and structural precast/prestressed products is awarded a Design‐Build
Institute of America (DBIA) National Design‐Build Award in the Civic Buildings category for the C‐5‐159th Readiness Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming. This is the first design‐build project for the
Wyoming Military Department.

DBIA projects must achieve budget and schedule goals, and demonstrate advanced and innovative application of total integrated project delivery. This 10,000 ft² total precast design build project is a heated building solution providing space for vehicle storage and maintenance. The C‐5‐159th project is owned by the Wyoming Army National Guard. This fast‐track design project was erected in one week and incorporates a prestressed roof system of ten foot wide and 32 inch deep double tees supported by 10 inch thick insulated Structural Plus® walls.

About Stresscon Corporation

Stresscon Corporation designs, fabricates, and erects quality structural and architectural precast concrete structures for the construction communities of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain
region. Founded in 1967, and a member of the EnCon Companies since 1993, Stresscon is PCI certified and specializes in institutional and commercial applications. To learn more, visit

About The EnCon Companies

The EnCon Companies are specialty contractors providing precast/prestressed concrete systems and services to all facets of the construction marketplace. In addition to the corporate offices
and the design group, EnCon Companies maintains nine manufacturing facilities nationwide. Recognized as one of the leading precast companies in the United States, EnCon is pioneering
the use of the latest technology for the design and fabrication of precast structures. For more information, visit

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