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Yes absolutely it’s cheaper.  Because of the faster construction as well as the indoor fabrication process.  Cast in place (CIP) Concrete is more expensive and time consuming due to placing /securing of reinforcing (each level) as well as Cure time (slower in winter time) once the concrete is placed.

The drawback of Precast Construction is that it doesn’t easily lend itself to very customized shapes/sizes hence the Hawks boxy nature.  Sexy Shapes, Custom curvatures, death defying Cantilevers, etc. will mostly remain in the realm of CIP Construction.  Precast & Modular (stalled Hotel at Stonewall) Construction will remain with some Market Share though as it fills a niche.

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If it's anything like or similar Bath and Body Works, I know. My wife single handedly supports our local Bath and Body Works. I never knew how one person can own so many candles. She just mentioned that we're getting "low". We have minimum 10 in our house with maybe 6 unused. "Yes dear". So a candle shop making it in Southend? I believe it. 

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If it's anything like or similar Bath and Body Works, I know. My wife single handedly supports our local Bath and Body Works. I never knew how one person can own so many candles. She just mentioned that we're getting "low". We have minimum 10 in our house with maybe 6 unused. "Yes dear". So a candle shop making it in Southend? I believe it. 

It’s not. It’s for bachelorette parties, you make your own candles and drink wine. I believe.


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