ADS announces new precast products group

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GREENCASTLE, PA, May 2, 2011 -- Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS) announced its new precast products group Advanced Drainage Structures, which is already providing a complete line of custom and stock sanitary and stormwater structures for infrastructure projects.

Advanced Drainage Structures is located in Greencastle, PA at the former site of Frederick Precast Concrete Inc. The group designs and produces concrete box culverts, precast manholes and structures for both storm and sanitary products, plus headwalls, endwalls and custom concrete products for any specific project.

"Our goal is to offer concrete and Nyloplast® structures, HDPE pipe, HP pipe, StormTech®, Water Quality Units, Geotextiles, INSERTA TEE® and many other products for drainage and sanitary sewer needs making ADS the natural choice for any project," stated Jeff Colvin, General Manager, Concrete Products. "This close partnership enables us to deliver a quality product to the job site that fits properly regardless of the complexity or demands of the project."

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