Szolyd Home. Pre-cast concrete foundation, walls and roof Permanently tinted to your desired colors All materials can be re-used onsite indefinitely with today’s accessible methods Fire/flood/rot proof structure. Live on it. Live in it. Live around it.
Sprayable Ductal UHPC coming.
Szolyd now have our sprayable Ductal raw material on the shelves and are waiting for the arrival of the Power-sprays equipment. Why spray Ductal Concrete?... Read More
UHPC Ductal benches for Edmonton ready for shipping
After more than 2 years of design and fabrication, the Ductal benches for the Quarters district in Edmonton Alberta are ready for shipping. These contemporary... Read More
Forge ahead ductal bench
Szolyd is working on a new bench designed in collaboration with Jake James, legendary blacksmith. The bench was milled out of mdf in sections, pinned... Read More
Trapp + Holbrook uhpc concrete casting complete
The ductal casting is complete for the Trapp + Holbrook facade restoration. Szolyd created 43 custom molds and cast a total of 90 ductal pieces... Read More
Meccanica UHPC ductal concrete install complete.
Szolyd has completed the final touches on the UHPC art piece, “Substation Pavilion” for the Meccanica development by Cressey. Designed by Cedric Bomford, the Szolyd... Read More
3d scan / rapid prototype/ cnc mill/ cast concrete
A recently completed project showcases how modern technology can quickly bring a project to life. Szolyd was asked to fabricate a mold of a lions... Read More
Ductal furniture for Quarters, Edmonton AB = Durability
Aug12/14 Quarters update The ductal hardscape furniture is progressing for the Quarters project located in Edmonton, AB. Method Innovates has completed the milling of the... Read More
Concrete tree grates for Spirit Trail | North Vancouver
Ductal concrete tree grates don’t rust, need powder coating, are freeze thaw proof, and can be perforated for aesthetic qualities.
Trapp & Holbrook Block restoration
Szolyd has been asked by Atlantis Rausch to replicate uhpc components from original terra cotta tiles of the Trapp Block building in New Westminster. The... Read More