For every project, we aim to give you a clear expectation in each phase of your project, return your correspondence timely, provide you a top-quality finished product and stand by our work.
- You will be provided a project timeline with your bid so you can know what to expect
- We have training and safety programs for our employees
- We internally audit/spot check the quality of our own jobs
- We have completed over 5,000 asphalt and concrete projects
- We’re an Honor Roll Member of the Better Business Bureau
- You can talk to a live person 365 days a year through our 1-800 call center
- We are licensed, bonded and insured
Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU) Wall
A well-constructed concrete project starts with properly assessing what the surface will be used for and designing a sub-base and concrete thickness that will be suitable for the weight-load requirements. For greater weight-bearing requirements, we can increase the sub-base thickness, aggregate size or thickness of the concrete slab.The factors that affect the cost of a concrete job are: (1) preparation time and remocal of existing concrete, if any; (2) total job size (larger job, lower unit cost); (3) concrete thickness; (4) detail work required; (5) the type of finish.
Many property owners and managers have wisely shifted more budget dollars to preventative maintenance to protect the value of their investments. This has made the various concrete sealants and joint fillers an attractive service to fill cracks and exposed joints and to provide a moisture barrier to prevent penetration of water. These sealants are also aesthetically pleasing to repair old expansion joint material that has weathered and decayed. For very large cracks, we will use backer rod to minimize to amount of material used and, thus, the cost of the project.
There are many different shapes and sizes for curbing, but they all fall into two general categories: poured curb and extruded curb. Poured curb uses a traditional concrete mix (or “mud”) and is installed using concrete forms. Extruded curbing is placed with a machine with a variable sized “mold” and has a much drier, almost sandy, concrete mix. Each has its useful purpose. Poured curb, which can take the shape of curb and gutter, rolled curb, vertical curb or others is placed before a subsequent adjacent pavement, such as an asphalt road or parking lot. Extruded curb is placed on top of an existing pavement and is usually seen in parking lots around the periphery and landscape islands.
Drainage and pavements go hand in hand because we want our pavement structures to efficiently deliver water to our drainage systems (catch basins and storm drains). To the degree that water flow is effectively managed at the surface, pavements will last much longer. We can install and repair a variety of structures related to drainage, including:
- Catch basins
- Area drains
- Trench drains
- French drains
- Dry wells
Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU) Wall
Because of budget costs, jobsite accessibility or aesthetics, sometimes a poured concrete wall is impractical and the customer will instead opt for a CMU (or Concrete Masonry Unit) wall. These walls, which are assembled on site with pre-cast blocks of cinder concrete, are much faster to build. The blocks can be ordered in varying sizes, shapes and colors to meet the structural and aesthetic requirements of the customer.