Yes. The definition of a precast concrete member is simply an item that is "cast before" — one that is cast and cured in a form other than its final position. This concrete product application might include a wide variety of items: patio stones, splash blocks, step units, septic tanks, architectural facade panels, median barriers, railroad ties, burial vaults, utility boxes, bridge beams, grade rings, pipes, hollow-core slabs, manholes, and fence posts, as well as hundreds of different decorative ornamental items. It is very important for the precast producer to find methods to increase the toughness and early strength of his concrete products to reduce waste, minimize callbacks and returns, and aid in the item's long-term durability. If precasters are able to strip the forms and move "green" products to a curing area without breakage, the fiber reinforcement is obviously fulfilling its initial performance obligation. In addition, precasters notice less breakage, chipping, and spalling during handling, delivery, and placement of their products due to the unique three-dimensional FORTA® coverage. The use of higher dosages of macro/structural fibers allows the precaster to replace a higher level of conventional steel — contact FORTA® for engineering assistance.