Concrete scanning is a non-destructive concrete assessment method that uses ground penetrating radar, or GPR, to evaluate the integrity of the structure in place and locate embedded utilities prior to concrete cutting, coring, drilling, etc.


Concrete pouring is the process of placing and filling concrete into a form or structure, which is then left to harden and cure over time. This can be done manually or with the use of equipment like pumps and mixers. Pouring concrete is beneficial because it creates a strong and durable foundation for buildings, roads, bridges, and other structures. It is also versatile and can be molded into different shapes and sizes to fit specific construction needs.


Concrete repair is the process of fixing damaged or deteriorating concrete structures. This can include filling cracks, patching holes, and restoring the structural integrity of the concrete. Concrete repair can also prevent further damage and avoid the need for costly replacements.

Tripping Hazard Removal

The process of concrete tripping hazard removal is an effective way to ensure the safety of pedestrians and avoid potential liability issues. This is completed by first carrying out an assessment and preparation of the space. Thereafter the hazard is removed or grinded down to a smooth finish ensuring safety for all.


The area where the curb is to be installed is excavated, and the subbase is prepared. Forms are then set in place and concrete is poured into the forms. The concrete is then finished to the desired shape and texture. Finally, the concrete is allowed to cure, which takes several days. The result is a durable and long-lasting curb that provides a functional and aesthetic boundary between the pavement and other landscaping features.


When creating sidewalks our team will prepare the site by excavating the area and ensuring that it is level. Forms are installed and a layer of crushed stone or gravel is added prior to pouring the concrete. The concrete is then spread and leveled, and once cured, forms are removed and the site is cleaned.


To create a concrete foundation, the process generally involves excavating the site to the appropriate depth, preparing and leveling the soil, constructing formwork to hold the concrete, placing a layer of compacted gravel or crushed stone, pouring the concrete mixture into the forms, smoothing and leveling the surface, allowing the concrete to cure, and finally removing the forms.


Concrete drilling is typically done to create holes or openings in concrete surfaces for various purposes such as the installation of plumbing, electrical wiring, HVAC systems, anchors for structural support, or decorative elements. The drilling process involves using specialized tools such as diamond-tipped drill bits to cut through the dense and hard surface of the concrete. Concrete drilling is commonly used in construction, renovation, and repair projects and is a crucial step in ensuring the structural integrity and functionality of buildings and other structures.

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