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Concrete structures are a series of contructible settlement objects in the Fallout 4 add-on Wasteland Workshop.

CharacteristicsEdit

Concrete structures are made from a combination of concrete and steel as their base materials. There are some exceptions in the floors subcategory which are made from steel and another material. Unlike the other structures categories, concrete structures do not have any prefabricated items to build from and must be built from scratch.

CraftingEdit

FloorsEdit

Name Components Required Additional Information Base ID(s)
Floor Concrete x4
Steel x2
Wire mesh floor filled in with concrete. xx000e73
Steel x8 Wire mesh floor with steel frame. xx000e89
Concrete Foundation Concrete x4
Steel x8
Wire mesh floor filled in with concrete. Higher steel cost than the basic floor, but concrete cost does not increase, although visually you would expect this to increase as well. xx000e87
Floor - Upper Concrete x6
Steel x4
Wire mesh floor filled in with concrete. underside of the floor is grooved concrete. xx000e90
Floor - Curve Steel x4 Wire mesh curved floor filled in with concrete. xx000c6e
Floor - Small Steel x4 Wire mesh floor filled in with concrete. Quarter the size of the standard floor. xx000e75
Floor - Angled Steel x4
Wood x6
Wooden small floor, with a steel frame. Filled in with concrete and cut along the centre to form a right angled triange. xx000a99

WallsEdit

Name Components Required Additional Information Base ID(s)
Wall Concrete x8 Solid concrete wall xx000937
Concrete x6
Steel x4
Concrete lined wall with steel mesh center. xx000be1
Windowed Wall Concrete x6
Steel x4
Thick concrete wall and steel framed window with 2 even spaced vertcial bars. xx000e83
Doorway Concrete x6 Thick wall with doorway. Top and sides angle inwards to make the door frame the correct thickness. xx000bb0
Half wall Concrete x4 Half width concrete wall. Slightly higher concrete cost, but no steel required making it overall most expensive to build than a full wall. xx00093d
Support post Concrete x4 Square post the thickness of a concrete wall. Labeled in the workshop as concrete wall. xx00093c
Angled wall Concrete x8 Flat wall with short, deep angled sides. Wider part of the sides have attach points, enabling the construction of angular rooms. Longer than the standard wall and proportionally cheaper to construct. xx000938
Angled doorway Concrete x6 Flat wall and doorway with short, deep angled sides. Wider part of the sides have attach points, enabling the construction of angular rooms. Longer than the standard doorway and proportionally cheaper to construct. xx000c6f
Curved wall Concrete x8 Thick concrecte wall, quarter of a cyclindar in shape. xx00093b

RoofsEdit

Name Components Required Additional Information Base ID(s)
Roof Concrete x6
Steel x4
2 variants. xx000e92
xx000e95

StairsEdit

Name Components Required Additional Information Base ID(s)
Stairs Concrete x8
Steel x6
Full length stairs. Labeled as concrete steps in workshop. xx000b03
Steps Concrete x4
Steel x4
Basic 2 step stair. Significantly more expensive than concrete stairs in proportion. xx000e96

RailingEdit

Name Components Required Additional Information Base ID(s)
Short railing Steel x4 xx000cda
Long railing Steel x6 xx000cd7
Curved railing Steel x4 xx000cc1