Just last week B.C.I was hired by a property manager in Santa Ana for a concrete construction project where we had to remove existing parking stalls along with some landscape area to replace with new curb, flow line, and eventually additional parking stalls. The overcrowded apartment complex parking lot increased by 15 stalls after we had removed areas of landscape and restructured old parking stalls. Some concrete construction projects require not only that we remove existing work but may also require us to remove landscape or anything else that will only benefit the work itself. B.C.I is one of the concrete construction contractors to consider for any work that you may be looking to have done whether it be for a residential area or for a property manager.
Constructing the Concrete Construction Project
This was a two day concrete construction job for the crew at Bernardo. We knew we had to work promptly because it was an apartment complex and we knew we couldn’t slow down the residents who lived there. We at B.C.I also make sure to plan ahead and before we take on any project we look over the scope of work and figure out a plan as to what exactly needs to be done and the average amount of time we are going to need on the job. The first day on the concrete construction job consisted of mostly demo work. We began by saw-cutting out the existing curb and parking stalls in multiple areas. After we saw-cut, we demoed out the existing concrete curb and parking stalls. We also had to demo landscape in some areas in order for the additional parking stalls to be added. After we demoed out all the areas we graded the remaining dirt with our bobcats. Once the areas were demoed and completely leveled out we were able to set up the perimeter for the new concrete curbs, flow line, and the foundation for the asphalt parking stalls.
Day Two on The Concrete Construction Job
The second day on the concrete construction job consisted of pouring and forming the 12″ concrete curb and concrete flow line in certain areas. The process in establishing a concrete curb and flow line must be very precise with the measurements and elevation of the flow line. Once the concrete was poured within the existing perimeter for the concrete curb and flow line we started to form the flow line. The elevation of the flow line must have equal measurements on each side of the slope in order for it to function with whatever it may come in contact with. After the concrete flow line was established we formed the concrete curb. We had to used certain tools to form the curb at a 90 degree angle. Since the concrete curb and flow line was formed and established the concrete construction part of the job was done. If you have any kind of concrete construction project that you would like done be sure to contact Bernardo Concrete at 888-499-0899 or visit our website and submit a free quote.
About Bernardo Concrete, Inc.
Bernardo Concrete has been installing concrete for over 20 years now. That gives us the wisdom & experience of time and we like to think that it shows in our work. We specialize in industrial, commercial, retail and residential concrete services. We are always looking for a challenging concrete construction project to do, so let us know if you have one by calling Toll Free 888-499-0899. We offer many concrete services including concrete demolition, concrete removal , curb & gutter installation and repair, handicap concrete ramp repair and installation (to ADA code), block wall installation and repair, concrete demolition, core drilling and saw cutting, and many more. There are just too many services to mention all of them so, take a look at our website by clicking on any of the links within this blog. We are located in Orange County California and service the surrounding areas including parts of Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino. If you have a project that requires a concrete contractor, then give Bernardo Concrete a call today and we will get an estimator out to your business for a fast, free and competitive quote.
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