Used for housing large electrical panels or junction points, electrical vaults provide safe, strong, and secure housing for infrastructure needs. Buried and out of sight, these vaults improve the aesthetics of a new subdivision or city plaza. Underground vaults also provide more flexibility at industrial facilities, so cranes or large trucks can operate freely.

From a safety standpoint, our vaults can be made with several accessories, including ladders, An Electrical Vault Structure Manufactured by Columbia Precast Productssafety poles, easy access hatches, and more. Working with large-scale electrical configurations is hard enough, why not make the vault as safe as possible?

In addition to safety, the ability to work efficiently is a major concern when working on large-scale jobs. Precast concrete electrical vaults can be placed in a single day in most cases, keeping your project on schedule. Unlike poured concrete, our pieces can be installed no matter the weather conditions.

We can produce pieces of any size or shape and excel at custom pieces. Have a difficult or unusual design? Columbia Precast can make a vault to your exact specifications. Try us – we love a challenge!

By manufacturing pieces well before you need them, Columbia Precast Concrete vaults are ready when you are. Made in our controlled facility, we produce a consistently superior product that is strength-tested before delivery. We monitor the water to cement ratio during our concrete production to ensure quality.

All of these steps make for an extremely durable building material. Built to last for a hundred years, our vaults handle the most severe loading requirements. Concrete is naturally resistant to fire, repellant to insect or animal infestation, and impervious to rot. You won’t have to worry about repairs, renovations, or replacement every decade or two.

Have a big project on the horizon that involves buried electrical infrastructure? Contact Columbia Precast Products today to see how we can help. We have more than 140 years of combined experience, use sustainable practices, and understand construction in the Pacific Northwest. We look forward to hearing from you.