About this pro
We have over 30 years of experience in the concrete trades and have been a licensed contractor for over 22 years. We are a full service general contractor and we rarely use an outside service. We are an owner operated business and you can count on us to be involved on every job. After we complete the work, it is always nice to sit back and look at the job. It is always nice to see the reaction of our customers. Over the years we have had countless customers and have developed many friendships with them. It is nice to work for ourselves. When people appreciate our work, there isn't anything else to say.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We like to look at every job. Access is a factor. We look at every job and give a written bid, Job costing is by far the most fair. We provide concrete pumping and other outside services at cost. We get a certain price for these services and we just pass the cost savings on to you, at cost. We are confident and even allow you the opportunity to pay for the service directly to the various contractors. We work with the very best in the business, so don't have a second thought.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Besides practical experience? We know how every suppiers materials work on certain jobs. We are members of the ACI and we receive any new information about products that we can make available to our customers. Irene has been certified by the PSI and Don with The National Assessment Institute. Without any question, we are on top of any new information that makes our product better.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?My Grandfather and Father were both cement masons. I can remember getting my allowance by working on my Dad's job sites. I was always doing the grunt work. It wasn't until I went to work for Mike Cowan from Star Concrete in Las Vegas, that I finally got a chance to learn how to finish. I worked at Star Concrete for 8 years and that is where I learned how to finish concrete. I ended up working for Mike as a Foreman and eventually as a superintendent.