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06/06/2017
By: H johnson concrete inc. J.
H Johnson Concrete Inc
H. Johnson Concrete Inc. thank you for the quality commercial project completed. Looking foward for you to bid our next project!
05/11/2016
By: Sue P.
H Johnson Concrete Inc
This commercial concrete company did a great project for our corporation. Nice Job! Thank you for the great concrete work you provided.
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04/29/2015
By: Shelly M.
Raising Chicago's Concrete, Inc.
I calledthis company they were out for an estimate within 2 days.we worked out the appointment quickly they just left and finished outstanding work. a wonderful family man in business. if you have concrete sinking don't hesitate to call this company very good to work with.
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