Our 5-star on-time delivery is available for any job or project in the city of Tempe. Just call our office to order. We can make any strength from 2500 psi up to whatever strength you need. We also have State Class Mixes and MAG Mixes. Call 480-351-0123 to place your order. If you need help on estimating how much concrete you may need, use the handy Concrete Calculator on our website.
Building a pool? Call us today to order our finest shotcrete. Shotcrete can also be used to build walls, or to incorporate insulation into a wall unit. You tell us the application, we’ll help you decide on the strength and the mix.
We will deliver slurry to your site that meets your specifications. You will be pleased with our quality product and our on-time delivery.
Building with concrete blocks? Order your grout from us with your specifications. Whether you want a fine or a course grout, we will be happy to deliver your specified mix to Tempe. Call us today.
Visit the information about our concrete blocks. Call for pricing and availability. 480-496-9633
Our Projects in Tempe:
The Tempe Town Lake Project is a very interesting one. Here we are using Pressure Grout under the foundation for the new Roller Compacted Concrete Dam at the West end of the lake. The Contractor is Arizona Foundation Solutions. This is an interesting project and a very expensive one — concrete/grout is very costly.
The Ready Mix Truck is sitting on a portion of the first lift of the RCC Dam. Under the dam are pocket of “voids” where water is flowing. Arizona Foundation Solutions was hired to fill the voids and divert or stop the flow of water. You can see how they are using the pressurized grout to do this.
There are also 2 other areas of the dam where AZFS will grout.
Look on the left side of the picture, about center. You can see 3 men. This the the location where the grout is pumped under about 100 pounds of pressure.
In the foreground of the picture are blue pipes with white pipes coming out of them. These are areas where the water is being pumped out from underneath the dam.
The black bladder in the background is the current dam holding the water back.