Whether it’s one cubic yard or more than 1 million, we handle all types of jobs.
Here are some of our projects:
The Century freeway, which stretches 17 miles between the 605 freeway and LAX, used over 1,250,000 cubic yards of concrete.
A water treatment plant in Los Angeles County required 120,000 yards of temperature-controlled concrete.
A large retail chain required the use of one of our portable plants. The 1,100,00 square foot structure used 30,000 cubic yards and the job required a super flat concrete floor with a floor hardener.
700,000 cubic yards of concrete were poured from two on-site plants in San Francisco at the airport and the “BART” extension projects.
One of Southern California’s most visited landmarks, the Huntington Beach Pier, was demolished and rebuilt with precast piles and 10,000 cubic yards of cast in place concrete.
The UCLA Medical Center added a nuclear cyclotron facility. The super dense concrete contained aggregates imported from Missouri.
The Burbank water reclamation plant attained very low shrinkage by using admixtures that reduced cracking for water containment structures. All tanks passed hydro static pressure tests on the first attempt.
The Marina Del Rey sea wall used dry compacted silica fume to provide high density concrete for corrosion protection in a marine environment.
The Harbor and Century Freeway interchanges used 128,000 cubic yards of concrete.
The Harbor Place Towers in Long Beach used 7,683 cubic yards of concrete and was poured at a rate of 1000 yards per hour.
The Metro Line tunnel from Universal City to Hollywood needed 120,000 cubic yards of concrete — 90,000 of which contained a high range water reducer.
The Los Angeles Convention Center expansion was required 140,000 cubic yards of concrete.
The 28th Street Marine Condominiums in Newport Beach used 6,620 yards in the mat foundation, and was completed in 12 hours.
The tallest building in downtown Los Angeles, the US Bank Building, used 6,500 cubic yards for its foundation and was poured in 17 hours.