Lucas Concrete Products, Inc. was founded in 1971 by David and Martin Lucas. It came under the management of John and Lynn Johnson in 1972, and they split the company ownership 50/50 to become a true mom AND pop business. In 2005, their son was added as a second-generation partner of the business. Since its inception, Lucas Concrete has continued to grow and thrive, with the installation of a new production facility in 2002, plant expansions in 2007, and a new automated batch plant in 2016, with even more plans for growth in the future.
Today, Lucas Concrete boasts a 13,500 square foot production facility, including three 5-ton cranes and one 10-ton crane. We offer a variety of products and finishes including architectural precast, cast stone, and selective GFRC, and regularly produce both small and large custom jobs. We have been a member of the Architectural Precast Association for twelve years, and have won numerous awards for our jobs.
Lucas Concrete is also a proud supporter of the following charities: Tyler’s Treehouse, the Foundation of Shalom Park, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the Special Olympics, and the Salvation Army.
Please click on the images below to learn more about the different types of concrete we can provide for your job.
There are two types of cast stone: wet cast and dry tamp. Here at Lucas Concrete Products we only produce cast stone with the superior wet cast method, which makes concrete that is generally more structurally stable with better longevity. For APA specifications on cast stone, click here.
Glass fiber-reinforced concrete is our newest addition to the LCP product line. We have expanded our product range to include GFRC so we can better serve our clients’ needs as an innovator in the precast world.
Like our standard concrete department, we offer a variety of stock and custom products. While the formwork and finishing of GFRC are the same as standard precast products, the method of manufacture is entirely different. It consists of using a carefully crafted blend of sand, cement, and polymers, backed by a matrix of alkali resistant fiber and cement. The resulting piece has higher tensile strength and is more lightweight than traditional precast concrete.
For APA specifications on GFRC, click here.
We are one of the few companies in the precast industry that has a department specifically dedicated to artwork and other specialty pieces. We are the primary supplier for several artists and have great relationships with landscape architect firms looking for specialty art pieces. Feel free to contact us if you are an artist or an owner looking for some direction – we would be glad to help.