Connector for precast concrete structures

(10) US 2020/0141111 Al

(22) 06.01.2020

(43) 07.05.2020

(57) An apparatus, system, and method is provided to connect precast concrete panels to a structural member. The connec­tor can have a receiving member embedded in a precast concrete panel and can further have an attachment member that selectively interconnects to the receiving member. This attachment member can have a surface that is oriented substantially perpendicular to the precast concrete panel and that receives or supports a structural member such as a floor joist or a second precast concrete panel. The configuration of a protrusion of the attachment member allows for a rapid and secure interconnection with an aperture in the receiving member. A builder can use the connector system described herein to rapidly and securely assemble multiple precast concrete panels to structural members in the construction of, for example, a parking garage or other similar structure.

(71) Meadow Burke, LLC, Riverview, FL (US)

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