Bode's Precast moves to new plant

The Bellingham Business Journal

Bode’s Precast Inc. moved to a new, eight-acre facility at 1861 E. Pole Road where they installed a new batch plant and other equipment used to manufacture concrete products.

The plant will produce environmentally-friendly concrete by using recycled products, reclaimed water and either fly ash or slag. These factors will help Bode’s Precast earn LEED points from the United States Green Building Council.

The new mixing facility will provide professional-grade concrete, which can be used in all of the plant’s products. Products manufactured by Bode’s Precast include: Redi-Rock retaining wall blocks, septic tanks, water storage tanks, bunker silos, wall panels, benches, planters and stepping stones. Bode’s also has boom trucks to haul its own products or the trucks can be rented by the hour to move or lift equipment.

In 1970, Bode’s Precast started up a ready-mix facility on River Road in Lynden. Bode’s Precast is managed by Ron Heeringa and his two sons, Rick and Ray Heeringa.

For more information, call Bode’s Precast at (360) 354-3912 or visit


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