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.
The sidewalk at a community in Monroe Township, NJ was crumbling and needed to be replaced. Quality Concrete delivered the right amount of concrete for our contracting division so they could perform the replacement of the sidewalk. The crew at the job site did a great job, floating, finishing, and edging the concrete.
The retaining wall for a sewer drainage system in Old Bridge, NJ was eroded and needed additional support. Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the delivery. The area that was being poured was not accessible by the concrete truck, so an extension chute was used to get the concrete from the truck down to the retaining wall area. Our contracting division performed the framing and finishing, adding support and stabilizing the retaining wall.
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Our Contracting Division was working on a concrete replacement project at a community in Monroe Township, NJ and needed a few concrete deliveries. They were replacing sidewalks and walkways, and would need over 50 yards of concrete over a week period of time. All the deliveries were scheduled, and both divisions worked together to make sure everything went well that week.
Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the deliveries. Every morning Jay made sure to fully load his truck, and contact the foreman at the job site to inform him that he was on his way there. Once Jay arrived at the site, the areas that needed to be poured were nicely framed out, and the crew was ready to go. Fresh concrete was mixed at the job site every time. Some days multiple deliveries were needed in one day. In that case, Jay would deliver the first 10 yards, then drive back to the office to reload his truck, and bring the additional 10 yards they needed. All the concrete that was needed was delivered in a timely manner, and all the sidewalks and always were nicely replaced. At the end of the project the customer were very happy with their brand new concrete.
Our Contracting Division was working at a community in Monroe Township, NJ and needed some concrete delivered. To replace the driveway aprons, Quality 1st Contracting needed about 10 yards of concrete.
Our Concrete Coordinator reached out to Ken, the Concrete Specialist, and provided him with the correct information to make the delivery. Ken prepped then loaded his truck to make sure everything was good to go for his pour. When he arrived at the job site, the Quality Contracting crew was ready to start the pour. They had multiple locations to do, but all the areas had been nicely framed and formed out prior to Ken arriving. The concrete was poured straight out from the truck, so they moved from one location to the other in a timely manner. Both Ken and the Contracting crew members worked together to make sure that each individual apron was properly replaced. 10 yards of 4500 PSI were successful delivered. Every driveway that had to be replaced was nicely finished. At the end of the delivery, the job was completed in a timely manner, and homeowners at the community were happy with their new driveway aprons.