History

More than four decades
at the service of the sector

We were founded in Tarragona in 1972 with the hope of offering precast concrete building design, production and assembly. With the passage of time, consistency and good work, Hormipresa has established itself as a benchmark company and leader in the European sector.

With more than 40 years of experience behind us, we specialise in the construction of industrial buildings, logistical facilities, multi-storey car parks, offices, schools, hospitals and turnkey houses.

250.000 m²
of floor space

Do you know our production centers?

Our precast concrete production centers are strategically located within the national territory in the provinces of Ciudad Real and Tarragona in order to give the greatest coverage to Spain, Portugal and South of France.

From our production centers we ensure to offer the full range of HORMIPRESA products, manufactured through an exhaustive process of technical control. We have the most advanced industrial equipment that allows to optimize and guarantee the productive processes, attending to the quality of each and every one of our products.

 

250,000 m2 of surface and more than 300 workers

It is in our factories where we begin to ensure the quality of our products. 25 hectares to produce more than 300,000 tons of precast concrete per year.

Chronology

1972

We become the first company capable of assembling a precast house in just 22 days.

1985

We develop, for the first time in Spain, an insulated sandwich-type wall without thermal bridge.

1990

We introduce the flat roof to the construction of industrial buildings.

1991

We build the first precast underground car park.

1992

We create the first keyed foundations to ensure embedding and concealed cantilevers.

1993

We are the first company to develop a thick hollow-core slab (50 cm) designed to support heavy transport load trains on roads.

1994

First use of threaded fixings in foundations.

1995

Hollow-core slab support on piled retaining walls.

1996

Use of a hollow-core slab as a retaining wall in car parks and buried buildings.

1997

We develop the thickest hollow-core slab on the Spanish market (83 cm).

2002

We introduce a new complete structural system for flat slab multi-storey buildings: Deltamix.

2005

Introduction of an architectural enclosure finishing technique involving the inclusion of patterns and images on precast panels: Graphic Concrete.

2007

We develop an extremely thick hollow-core slab (up to 100 cm) with protruding reinforcement to resist shearing forces.

2012

Change in company shareholders.

2013

31-cm-thick sandwich panel with PIR insulation for buildings.

2015

Automation using a façade panel section carousel.

2017

Opening of new sales offices in Barcelona.