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Encouraging all of you to contribute good deeds together for developing Baan Nam Wa Temple organized by Phrakru Pisednanthawat, Thai Monk & T.P.C Prestressed Concrete Co.,Ltd.

                    Fortunately, our company have been given the chance in supporting & constructing of this Buddha holly replica in honor of monks. Namely Baan Nam Wa Temple located at Mae Ja Rim District, Nan Province, Thailand.

                    Most of this rural area are not yet developed in educational knowledge and most of local people are believe in ghosts and evil spirits. That’s why Phrakru Pisednanthawat, Thai monk would like to develop this temple to upgrade the belief of Thai people who lives in rural mountainous area.

                   This will be the first temple in that rural area for supporting monks to preach & educate local people to be real Buddhist and not to rely on their old beliefs. It is proposed to be Buddhist pilgrimage site where Buddhist devotee can do worship, mediation and contribute good deeds.

                  Now, we have spent 2 years in constructing of skeleton structures for this temple. It is already finished including architectural works and landscaping as well. The local community will be blessing forever.

Wat Panya Nantaram, Khlong Luang, Pathum Thani, Thailand by T.P.C Prestressed Concrete Co.,Ltd.

              This is located in Wat Panya nantaram, Khlong Luang, Pathum thani. The temple was built with Glass Reinforced Concrete. 

             Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) is a composite material consisting of a Portland cement and sand mortar, reinforced with alkali-resistant glass fibers.The potential for the use of glass reinforced concrete systems was recognized during the early development work on glass fibre reinforced plastics carried out in the 1940s. Following the successful development of AR (alkali resistant) glass fibers in the late 1960s, test programmed were undertaken to determine the properties of portland cement and AR glass fiber composites. GRC is also used for furniture, cladding and as permanent form work. 

           GRC panels, through the application of finish shape, color, or texture, contribute to the architectural form and finished effect of a structure’s facade. Design flexibility in surface appearance is possible by incorporating various cements, coarse aggregates, sands, and pigments into the face mix. Natural stone products may be used as a veneer finish if special design requirements are met. Alternatively, panels may be painted or stained to achieve the required colors.



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