Seattle WA Commercial Concrete Company
We are experienced and equipped to handle an array of concrete flatwork project including sidewalk installation and repairs, curb and gutter, and ADA compliant ramps. We can provide a variety of finishes including broom finish, exposed aggregate, stamped, colored, and decorative. Our crews are experienced with new construction, repairs or restoration, and projects that involve both.
Our concrete General Manager has over 15 years of industry experience and our crews have an abundance of experience not only in the industry, but working together as well.
We use a number of well-respected concrete suppliers around the Seattle area, including: Cemex, Miles Resources, CalPortland, Stoneway, and Cadman.
Commercial Concrete Contractors
We have the experience and equipment to handle an array of commercial concrete flatwork project including sidewalk installation and repairs, curb and gutter, extruded curb, and ADA compliant ramps.
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 most medium- or light-duty commercial applications, a 2″ sub-base of 5/8 minus crushed rock properly compacted is appropriate. The greater the weight-bearing capacity required at the surface, the larger the sub-base aggregate should be and/or total thickness of the sub-base.
Likewise, the depth of the concrete pour itself should be congruous with the needs of the end-product. For residential or foot-traffic sidewalk applications, concrete pours should be a minimum of 4 inches. For driveway approaches or commercial applications with moderate vehicle traffic, a minimum of 6 inches is required. For high volume or heavy traffic (such as semi trucks), a minimum of 8″ should be considered and also reinforcement using rebar or meshing material.
The factors that affect the cost of a concrete job are: (1) preparation time and removal of existing concrete, (2) total job size (larger job, lower unit prices), (3) concrete thickness, (4) detail work required, and (5) the finish type.