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Concrete Contractors in Columbus, OH
1.Tarini Cement Contracting
MC Kinley Av Columbus, OH Concrete ContractorsBuilding Contractors
2.Kurguz Paving Inc
444 S Nelson Rd2.90 mi Columbus, OH Concrete ContractorsBuilding ContractorsParking Stations & Garages-ConstructionAsphalt
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4.Anderson Concrete Corp
400 Frank Rd3.24 mi Columbus, OH Concrete ContractorsConcrete Equipment & SuppliesBuilding ContractorsConcrete Additives
In business for more than 80 years, Anderson Concrete is a family owned and operated concrete company. The company has nearly 70 trucks and five plants that supply clients with ready mixed concrete. The company specializes in all classes of Ohio Department of Transportation mixes and makes concrete to client s specifications. It also offers special types of concrete that include white and colored concrete by Solomon Colors; lightweight insulating concrete; and heavyweight concrete. Anderson Concrete has a location in Columbus, Ohio.
5.Savko & Sons Inc
4636 Shuster Rd7.08 mi Columbus, OH Concrete ContractorsUtility ContractorsSewer ContractorsWater Works Contractors
Nickolas Savko & Sons was founded in 1946 as a contractor that placed concrete and dug basement foundations in the central Ohio area. The company has grown from one pickup truck and a few employees into one of the largest site development contractors, with more than 200 employees during peak season, and approximately 250 pieces of heavy equipment and trucks. Savko installs underground sewer, water and storm utilities; earthwork and soil stabilization; concrete construction; and materials recycling and crushing services. Savko can bond in excess of $20 million per project and is Ohio Department of Transportation pre-qualified for more than $35 million of contracting work. The company maintains a 6,000-square-foot office and 30,000 square feet of maintenance and warehouse facilities that are situated on a 17-acre site in northwest Columbus, Ohio. Nickolas Savko & Sons serves 12 counties throughout central Ohio and acquires 85 percent of its annual sales from repeat business in the region.
6.State-Wide Concrete Pumping Inc
1300 Emig Rd2.10 mi Columbus, OH Concrete ContractorsBuilding ContractorsConveyors & Conveying Equipment-Wholesale & ManufacturersPumps
State-Wide Concrete Pumping has been proudly serving Columbus and Central Ohio for more than 30 years. Company Profile The founder of our Company, James C. Kirkwood, came to Columbus, Ohio in 1971 with one small trailer mounted concrete pump, a pick-up and a dream of providing a better way to place concrete from point A to point B. During this time, contractors were using cranes and buckets, wheelbarrows, and buggies. Trying to change the way Central Ohio contractors had been doing things for years was not going to be easy. Using this new method of placing concrete would be more precise, save time, manpower and most importantly, save them money. With the purchase of our first boom pump in October of 1971, placing concrete became even more cost effective for the contractor. Although pumping concrete may be an additional cost to the project, it may actually save you money in the end. Using the right size pump for the right job (i.e. walls, slabs, retaining walls, bri dge decks, or super highways) can save time, labor and materials. Jim's dedication to the concrete construction industry has not diminished. What started out as a one-man operation has grown to a company that has 28 employees and 26 concrete pumps, ranging from a 58 Meter down to a small line pump. We also have two conveyors in our fleet of equipment. *Saturday Hours by Appointment Only ASSOCIATION Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Better Business Bureau (BBB) National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) American Subcontractors Association (ASA)
7.Columbus Coal & Lime Co
1150 Sullivant Ave1.89 mi Columbus, OH Building MaterialsConcrete Equipment & SuppliesStone ProductsMasonry Equipment & Supplies
Visualizing a structure and then bringing it to life is exciting. It's a craft. It's an art. Superior results reflect favorably on us all. So that is what we strive for and that is what we achieve
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