Pre-cast concrete refers to the construction components in which the concrete used in the construction of the building has been manufactured into a relevant shape off the construction site and assembled on the building. This produces a jigsaw-like structure, leading to an overall decrease in construction time. However, in the 1960s, this did lead to a reduction in quality with the gaps between each concrete panel allowing the structure to become susceptible to damp.

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