By offering lateral support to vertical slopes, a retaining wall can hold back soil for a multitude of reasons, including leveling terraces to add landscaping, eliminating hard-to-mow slopes and provide solutions to drainage and erosion problems. Although traditional retaining walls can be constructed using numerous building materials, concrete is the most durable and most recommended. Our retaining walls are always reinforced with rebar and are almost always cantilevered, which saves concrete, reduces cost through careful planning, construction and design.
Water Cellars/Safety Shelters
There are some places in Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska that require additional storage options for water tanks or cisterns. Cellars provide large underground rooms for those needs as well as provide extra space for laundry, hot-water tanks, HVAC or just simply add storage. It could also double as a safety shelter. Poured concrete walls are the ideal material and construction method to solve this problem.
Due to one of the worst years for tornadoes in recent history, safety shelters have become more popular. Although most of Colorado and Wyoming have a very low incidence of damaging tornadoes they do occur and with violent force. Depending on where you are located, damage can range from minor to catastrophic, but with a safety shelter you can feel more secure that your family and valuables are protected. Varying in size, these poured concrete walled rooms can be relatively affordable, especially when compared to what they safeguard.
Every job big or small can have obstacles when it comes to the movement of concrete from the truck once it arrives. Our 32 meter boom allows us to easily move the necessary amount of concrete from the truck to where it is needed on the job site with ease. Click the link below to be contacted for a free estimate.