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Lakelands Concrete Products, Inc. is proud to operate the only PCI Architectural Certified production facility in the region.  With over 65 years of experience, we offer the specialized customer service, design support, product knowledge and quality assurance for successful projects throughout the Northeastern United States.  We are experts in our industry, and look forward to being your precaster of choice!

In 1951 Lakelands Concrete Products was founded and incorporated by WR Clarke, and his business partner, GL Price.  Sixty-five years later, Lakelands is still family owned, by WR Clarke’s grandson, Todd Clarke.  Lakelands has become an industry leader, and a precast force to be reckoned with.

Larry Smith, Lakelands Concrete operations manager sums it up best, “Our goal is to ‘wow’ our customers with exceptional quality and the best service in the industry.  We have a great team and we have great customers.  It makes what we do every day rewarding and fulfilling.”  The entire Lakelands team is committed to Quality, Honesty and Efficiency.

The American Public Works Association of Central NY has chosen the Wellesley Island State Park Concession Building as project of the year…Read More

A Livingston County firm has been awarded a $4 million contract to make massive concrete blocks that will protect a portion of the Port of Oswego…Read More

Repair work begins on Oswego Harbor Detached Breakwater…Read More

Lakelands part of massive breakwater project…Read More

Repair work begins on Oswego Harbor Detached Breakwater…Read More

Lakelands Concrete shores up Lake Ontario breakwater in record Corps contract…Read More

Massive Project to protect Oswego’s Harbor…Read More

Lakelands Concrete Dolos Project D & C…Read More

Check out our Cover Story in the Concrete Products Magazine!!! Concrete Products Magazine

Oswego Breakwater Reconstruction: What are those huge, odd-looking concrete things….Read More

Continuing Education

Lakelands Concrete Products is currently offering “PRECAST MODULAR BLOCK RETAINING WALLS”, an informative seminar which counts for 1.5 PDH credit. Read More…