Structural form-work for industrial, commercial, residential, medical and educational buildings and facilities as well as for utilities, such as substations and biomass heat/power projects.
While much of the business works on the standard process of responding to RFP’s for obtaining and defining contracts, many General Contractors and private customers are looking for more help in project definition. From providing budgetary guidance to helping customers and design teams to understand their options in terms of products and processes, most levels of pre-construction involvement are possible. During construction, an eye is kept on changing conditions in terms of scope, weather, logistics and general schedule to ensure a proactive approach to moving the project forward. Full communication of scope and schedule ensures that every effort is made to avoid overbooking.
Poured slabs associated with the above, both standard and structural, as well as exterior flatwork for sidewalks, patios, paving, dumpster locations and mechanical/housekeeping.
Decorative toppings are troweled-on cementitious topping that bond to most substrates, including concrete, wood, metal, plastic or asphalt, offering nearly unlimited color and design options.