From parking lots and driveway approaches to buildings, concrete is a major player in your site’s design – which means it’s an element you can’t afford to ignore.
Our in-house division is ready to repair or maintain any site concrete needs your property may have. We specialize in all phases of site work, including; curbs, drives, sidewalks, access ramps, valley gutters, site wall footings, paving, and decorative concrete.
The use of concrete in parking lots and foundational construction is quite extensive. As your service provider, we’ll walk you through the form-and-pour curbing application process to give you a better understanding of what all is involved with this service.
Prior to placing your curbing, we will perform any site design and survey, demolition, and/or earthwork your site may require. Once our survey team has identified and staked the area for curbing, our expert crew will set the forms to the proper elevation lines. Next, the forms are oiled in preparation for the pour. Once mixed, the concrete is poured into the forms. Our crew will then tool the joints and edges and broom finish per code. Once it has cured, we will remove the forms.
Your site is now ready for any additional phases of work required including new paving, asphalt replacement and parking lot striping, pavement marking, and curb painting.
You’ll have one partner for all of your asphalt and concrete needs, eliminating the unnecessary cost and coordination with multiple specialty subcontractors.
We keep you safer by making manholes, cleanouts, etc. flush with existing surfaces, thus eliminating these tripping hazards.
Curbing can be either cast-in-place or extruded. While not as durable as cast-in-place concrete, extruded curbing (placed on top of the asphalt) is very cost-effective, especially when adding curbing to existing parking lots.
Pathways and walkways are most often constructed of concrete, primarily for its ability to maintain a straight, rigid edge.
Ramps are important to provide easy entrance to parking lots and buildings for people with limited mobility. These sloping inclines are often graded or textured to add traction for safety purposes.
These are the pathways between parking lots and streets. While appearing to be little more than a sidewalk with the curb removed, approaches are significant structures that are designed to withstand considerable traffic.
Valley gutters are used to carry water down the middle of parking lots and roadways, especially where drainage is slight, and where water moves frequently or slowly. In older parking lots that have poor drainage, valley gutters can often be installed as a retrofit to improve the flow of rainwater and reduce further pavement deterioration.
These smaller foundations are designed to distribute the heavy load of garbage trucks across a wide area, reducing the stress on the ground beneath to a level that they are able to bear without displacement.
Footings are required not only to provide a firm support for site walls, but also to spread the weight so the wall doesn’t sink.
Just like it sounds, it can be used instead of asphalt for parking areas or access ways.
When looking to add design or visual appeal to this basic gray foundation, decorative concrete is great solution.