Before & After

Quality 1st Concrete Before & After Photos

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Sunken Concrete at Gwynedd Train Station

SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) had several settlement issues on two rail lines at a road crossing in Ambler, Pennsylvania. The 14” thick concrete slabs supporting the track had settled in areas as much as 1-7/8”.

Quality Concrete used the PolyLEVEL Polyurethane Injection System to resolve the problem. PolyLEVEL is a two-part urethane that, when combined, expands into a waterproof, rigid foam that is used to fill voids, stabilize slabs, and lift concrete. The installation of PolyLEVEL began by drilling penny-sized injection holes into the concrete slab. Next, using specialized equipment, approximately 500 hundred pounds of PolyLEVEL was injected below the slab through 96 injection areas. The concrete was then lifted back to its original position.

Lifting Concrete at Gwynedd Train Station

Quality Concrete had the opportunity to lift sunken and settled concrete in Ambler, Pennsylvania at the train tracks at Gwynedd Train Station.

Concrete Delivery to Replace Annandale, NJ Walkways and Sidewalks

Quality Concrete made the delivery for this community to have a few walkways and a sidewalks replaced. With over 20 years of experience in the concrete business, customers know that they are in good hands when they order from us. 

Lifting Sunken and Settled Concrete

Quality Concrete was able to lift these sunken and settled concrete slabs in Plainsboro, New Jersey with the use of the PolyLEVEL Polyurethane Injection System. Before the use of PolyLEVEL, the slab had sunken close to 2 inches. The PolyLEVEL system was installed in less than one day, and was immediately able to be walked on just a few moments after installation. The slab was successfully raised back to its original elevation.

Delivering Concrete in Monroe, NJ to Replace a Walkway.

Quality Concrete has worked together with our Quality Contracting division to replace damaged concrete around commercial buildings and communities throughout the state of New Jersey. The walkway at a community in Monroe Township, NJ was cracking and crumbling. Some of the concrete sections had settled and were creating a tripping hazard. Quality Concrete delivered the right of concrete needed for the job using our metered trucks, and our Quality Contracting crew performed the framing and finishing of the walkway.

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Quality 1st Concrete
359 Route 35 South
Cliffwood, NJ 07721
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