Special solutions for special quality requirements

The medium-sized, family-owned construction company founded by Otto Quast, that bears the same name, has been managed by members of the family – in the 3rd generation now – since 1945. The company manufactures high-quality precast concrete components at up-to-date production plants located in Freudenberg, Coswig and Siegen (all Germany). The main activities are concentrated on the construction of industrial and commercial buildings as well as municipal facilities.

The company was forced to replace the core of the concrete mixing plant at the location in Freudenberg owing to increasing quality...

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