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.