Precast concrete is a building process where concrete structural components are made off-site, at a designated location. Occasionally, these parts are assembled in advance of being delivered to the installation location. The precast concrete plant’s production capacity is a major factor in the industry’s sustainability. The maximum amount of output that may be produced during production activities in a given amount of time is referred to as production capacity. The creation of a risk-based guideline to optimize the manufacturing performance of circular spun pile foundations at Company X is the main objective of this study.