Dailey Precast History Timeline
William E. Dailey started the business bidding on construction of schools, post offices and other buildings.
Company expands into mining and processing sand and gravel.
William E. Dailey’s two sons, Don and William, Jr. started to work for the company full time and saw an opportunity to use sand and gravel to break into new market: ready-made concrete.
Company incorporates and expands into the blacktop and general contracting business by building and paving roads using the blacktop and concrete it produced.
The shift from general contracting to materials supply begins and the third generation of the Dailey family starts to come on board.
William E. Dailey, Inc opens Hot Mix Asphalt Plant in Shaftsbury, VT.
William E. Dailey, Inc begins expansion of gravel mines and opens ready-mix concrete plants throughout southern Vermont expanding production and distribution of stone, sand, and salt products.
William E. Dailey Precast Company is formed and enters into the precast concrete marketplace by producing septic systems, manholes and vaults.
William E. Dailey Precast receives PCI (Precast Concrete Institutes) Plant Certification and enters into the precast-prestressed concrete parking garage marketplace.
Peckham Industries buys both William E. Dailey and William E. Dailey Precast businesses.
Dailey Precast expands precast plant; more than doubling in size.
Dailey Precast casts Northeast’s first Extreme Tee Beam.
Dailey Precast provides first Total Precast Bridge Replacement in the State of Connecticut.
The advanced use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) provides superior precast design, fabrication, and delivery on all Dailey Precast projects.
Dailey Precast standardizes its use of an in-plant laser projection system for greater quality control throughout the product fabrication process.
Dailey Precast completes erection of the parking garage for the 42-story Ellipse tower in Jersey City, New Jersey, while managing the logistical challenges of delivering and maneuvering 460 pieces of precast on the roads and through the traffic of the metro-New York City area.
Dailey Precast adds a new MJ85HD crane for moving precast panels; the crane is a massive 45’-9 tall and 50’-5” wide, with a lifting capacity of 85 tons.