We can provide the following construction materials:
Precast concrete pipe – Precast concrete pipe is one of the strongest pipes available and can be designed and tested to meet a variety of loading conditions. Unlike flexible pipe, concrete pipe has the majority of the required strength built into it.
Precast drainage structures – Precast drainage structures are tough and durable. The structural strength of concrete drains offers long-lasting stability that other material options may not offer.
Water and sewer pipe – Water pipes carry fresh water while sewer pipes remove water waste, thus providing the input and output for a variety of construction projects.
Precast sewer structures – While most construction materials lose strength over time, precast structures can gradually strengthen over time. The structure’s load-carrying capacity comes from its solid structure, rather than from surrounding soil.
Reinforcement steel – Reinforcement steel, when used with concrete, strengthens the concrete under tension.
Consumables used in concrete construction
Structural steel – Structural steel, like I-beams, can support heavy loads without sagging.
Steel H-piling and pipe piling – These pilings can be used to provide more structural strength underneath a variety of heavy highway, infrastructure and construction projects.
Steel and vinyl sheet piling – Sheet piling is a common option for seawall, bulkhead and cutoff wall construction.
Timber piling and structural timber – Timber piling can be used as a foundation for structures with moderate load. Similarly, structural timber can be used to support minimal loads.