Efficient Installation Methods for Concrete Walls

A Sciment Pre-Cast Fence/Wall installation happens quickly and easily using our system. Laying individual CMU concrete blocks, bricks or stones requires the time and talent of skilled masons. Our precast fencing system eliminates over 50% of fence installation labor and equipment costs by combining newer technology with the custom footings. On average, a crew of three is capable of installing 300-400 lineal feet of fence/wall per week.

Step 1: Initial Consultation

Sciment Concrete Walls & Fencing visits the fence installation site to determine property lines, fence placement, gate or opening locations, and any other details pertinent to the project, such as location of lighting and security features, then compiles all the measurements and other information for the casting yard, where the wall sections are manufactured.

Step 2: Footings Are Located, Drilled, Set and Poured:

A construction crew mobiles on the job site to install the concrete fence. They locate where the footings are to be set, then an auger is used to drill the holes every 15’ on center for the footings. The footing forms are accurately laid out and set to grade with the structural supports clamped in the forms and then they are filled with concrete.

Step 3: Fence Panels are Installed

After the footings have cured, the panels are brought from the casting yard and set into place.

Step 4: Wall Panels are Set and Colored

Caps and other finishing touches are installed, and a stained sealant is sprayed onto the wall, completing the concrete fence installation.