From the minute they sign on to a project, they take ownership of it

Robin Platt, Cushman & Wakefield

You have certainly seen spalling concrete that has broken up, flaked or become pitted. It is not a pretty sight.

We recently took on an unusual job for us. We restored a cooling tower that had been built in 1945. The concrete was badly spalled and we are taking on the process of repairs. This isn’t glamorous work, but we are loyal to our clients. In this case, a longtime client asked us to do the work. We are dedicated to their success and so we are taking it on.

We will be finished with the work in a few weeks and will be happy to share the before and after photos.