Pres-T-Con Limited

Pres-T-Con has been the leader in the manufacture and installation of prestressed concrete products for over forty-five years. Pres-T-Con has manufactured and installed most of the prestressed concrete products for the construction of bridges, docks, jetties, marinas, buildings and petrochemical industry structures within Trinidad and Tobago, and throughout the Caribbean and northeastern South America.  Pres-T-Con is managed by a team of professional Engineers and Managers, and our employees and plant/equipment have the capacity to produce over 3,500 cubic meters of precast/prestressed concrete products per month, install various deep foundations piling systems, building sections and provide ancillary marine/dock/bridge construction services. 
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52-54 Tumpuna Road





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Products/Services: Manufacture and Installation of Precast/Prestressed Concrete Products and Deep Foundation Piling Systems

a. Driven Piles (concrete and steel)
b. Continuous Flight Auger (CFA) Piles
c. Driven Cast-in-Place Concrete Piles
d. Sheet Piles (Concrete & Steel)
e. Solid and Hollow Core Slabs
f. Bridge and Highway Sections: AASHTO Beams, Slabs, Channel Beams, Interlocking Box Culvert Systems, Box Drains, & Jersey Traffic Barriers
g. Marina/Jetty/Dock Systems
h. Building Systems
i. Parking Garage Systems
j. Experience Precast/Prestressed Concrete Design and Piling Engineers

TTMA Notice

Trade Brief

TTMA’s Trade Brief May/June 2011

4th July, 2011

The TT-Panama Partial Scope Agreement was concluded on June 3, 2011 after merely three rounds of negotiations, which is testament to the willingness of both parties to expand trade.
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Press Release

TTMA calls for action on growing crime problem

7th January, 2014

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is concerned with the continued high murder rate and general high crime levels in the country. 400 murders for 2013 is 400 too many for our society. We
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