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What are some floor plans for concrete prefab buildings?

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Floor plans for concrete prefabricated buildings are available at the Easi-Set Buildings and Foreverhome websites, as of 2015. The first site offers industrial, storage and multi-use non-residential precast buildings, while the second designs hurricane-resistant prefabricated concrete homes.

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Easi-Set Buildings provides two types of concrete precast buildings: Easi-Span and Easi-Set. The former is a scalable floor plan with widths from 10 to 50 feet and lengths up to 250 feet in 10-foot intervals. Easi-Span buildings range in height from 9 to 35 feet and are expandable after initial construction. They are suitable for a variety of commercial, industrial, sanitation and educational purposes. They have a longer installation period than Easi-Set buildings, which the company touts as being pre-outfitted, fully-assembled and installable in as little time as one day. These smaller buildings are suitable for telecommunication, utility, storage and general out-building purposes.

Foreverhome prefabricated houses are specifically engineered to resist hurricane damaged with precast concrete floors, walls, stairs and roofs. The eight floor plans the company offers range in size from 790 square feet for two-bedroom models to 1219 square feet for three-bedroom units. These homes are designed to exceed recommendations for storm-damage resistance from the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency and the International Code Council, and they are LEED-certified.

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