History

The precast concrete plant in Bila Tserkva was founded in 1966. Initially, its main activity was soaking wooden poles for power transmission lines.

In 1970s, the plant launched production of concrete poles for power transmission lines SV 95-1 and SV 110-2.8.

In the 1980s, the plant continued to expand the range vibropiers and other precast products.

In 1991, the plant began the construction of a shop for production of centrifuged (round) poles of SK type of the European standard.  So in 1994, the plant launched the new shop and started the production of centrifuged poles.

In 2007, PJSC Bilotserkivsky Precast Concrete Plant became part of CRH, an international group of companies producing building materials.

95% of the power transmission poles installed in the Kyiv region have been produced by the precast concrete plant in Bila Tserkva.

100% of the open 35/100 kV substations in the Kyiv region have been erected with reinforced concrete parts produced by the precast concrete plant in Bila Tserkva.

Over the years of the plant's operation, its workers have produced more than 5,000,000 poles of different kinds.