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Gage Brothers Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Gage Brothers

Sioux Falls, South Dakota


Gage Brothers has established a reputation for producing high quality precast concrete products for projects throughout the Midwest. Since opening in 1915, the company has become a national leader in specialized finishes by developing innovative casting and finishing techniques. Gage Brothers takes pride in the quality of their product and the expertise of their employees, and the company has recently restructured to an ESOP, further demonstrating commitment to their people. Commensurate with their dedication to leadership in the precast concrete industry, Gage Brothers is planning for the future of precast manufacturing by completely rethinking their processes. The result is a streamlined production system from raw to finished product within a single 214,000 square foot precast plant.

JLG and Gage Brothers have worked together to develop a design incorporating multiple bays of manufacturing lines, high tech concrete delivery systems, finishing bays, employee break spaces, locker rooms, meeting rooms, and offices. Gage Brother’s goal is not only manufacturing precast more efficiently, but also creating a safe and clean work environment for their employee owners. The new facility features energy efficient natural daylighting throughout, which will contribute to increasing employee energy and productivity. This building, upon completion, will be a physical symbol of Gage Brother’s commitment to innovation. Their vision of efficient processes and work spaces fostering productivity is why Gage Brothers will remain on the cutting edge of the precast manufacturing industry in the United States.

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This building, upon completion, will be a physical symbol of Gage Brother’s commitment to innovation. Their vision of efficient processes and work spaces fostering productivity is why Gage Brothers will remain on the cutting edge of the precast manufacturing industry in the United States.
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