Addison Concrete

Coronet Construction – 630-835-0700

Addison Concrete

Addison Concrete

Welcome to Coronet Construction! We’re a provider of demolition, excavation and Addison Concrete services for both residential and commercial property projects for clients throughout the Chicagoland area. Here we present a quick look at the many professional services we offer. To learn more or to schedule an appointment for a free estimate give us a call today!

Structural concrete is a variety of concrete that’s able to sustain a structural weight or even serve as part of another structure. Some of the most common uses are:

*Slabs on ground
*Walls, beams, columns, floors and roofing
*Sections of bridges and paved surfaces

The staff at our company are among the most qualified, experienced folks in the area and can perform virtually any kind of structural concrete job. Cast-in-place and structural concrete is the preferred material for a lot of applications due to its resilience and ability to provide sound structural support for many different types of buildings. The process starts with cast-in-place concrete delivered as ready-mix to the work site, where it is poured into forms. Paving equipment is sometimes used to mix and spread out the concrete. After the Addison Concrete is in place, an accurate moisture content and temperature is required so it develops strength and longevity – also known as curing. If the project is for a visible surface like a driveway a finishing process is usually needed, which can include colors or textures.

Addison Concrete paving starts with preparation of the underlying soil surface so it will be sufficiently compacted and graded to the elevation of the particular job site. According to a few different issues, it’s sometimes necessary to put a layer of base materials on top of the subgrade layer.

Addison Concrete Paving

Typically there are a couple options for Addison Concrete paving: slip form and fixed form. For slip form, a machine equipped with treads moves across the area designated for paving. As this happens, Addison Concrete is poured right in front of the machine so it’s spread consistently.

With respect to fixed form concrete paving, metal forms are positioned on a foundation. Final preparation of the subgrade is performed after the form has set. After the Addison Concrete is in position over the subgrade, spreading is completed with a device that rides on the preset forms and the concrete surface. The spreading device is followed up by another one that shapes the concrete. When the paving attains its required strength, the forms are removed so the curing process can start.

Excavation is basically the process of removing dirt, rocks and other underground materials with specialized equipment. Many of the terms related to excavation you’ve probably heard include tunneling, trenching and wall shafts. Excavation is a very essential part of the construction process. It’s used to dig foundations for home sites, commercial properties, industrial facilities and roadways. Some of the various methods applied for excavation are digging, dredging, trenching and site developing. All of these procedures call for specific steps and gear to perform the excavation properly. Before excavation can begin, the project site has to be accurately evaluated. After that important first step, our experienced crews prepare for the dimensions and depth of the project, and then mark its boundaries. The excavation process includes:

  • *Surveying the ground and top soil levels
  • *Excavating to the correct depth
  • *Installation of connecting trenches and drains

To perform it correctly, excavation calls for experience and close attention on the details to develop a foundation for the whole project. Our Addison Concrete crews utilize best practices and quality equipment to complete the job on schedule and to the highest standards.

Demolition Process

The demolition process entails safely tearing down and removing a structure from a job site in order to prepare it for new construction. The advanced demolition equipment, practices and technologies our teams apply include a range of different excavators, cranes, backhoes and loaders along with customized attachments like wrecking balls. Some of the other fundamental gear used for demolition includes respiratory safeguards, filtration, recycling and disposal technology.

Explosives in the demolition process are utilized to trigger the collapse of a structure. They are typically used only in a rather small number of demolition projects, however. It is a very particular part of the demolition procedure that calls for significant expertise and knowledge of structures and the safe application of explosives.

The strict standards we practice are, naturally, all about keeping our employees and our job sites completely safe. Our best practices include adherence to OSHA-standards, rigorous training and environmental steps to assure public safety. On demolition locations most of materials are able to be recycled. Some of the materials that can result from demolition are:

*Bricks, concrete, porcelain, copper, brass and iron
*Insulation material
*Roof materials and ceiling tiles
*Floor materials, tiles and carpet
*Wood, wires, conduit and plaster

Addison Concrete slabs are a fundamental structural component of homes and commercial structures. Slabs of steel reinforced concrete are most often used for construction of floors or ceilings. Thinner slabs are frequently used for paving applications such as patios or sidewalks. Because they have a such a wide range of practical uses and supportive needs, concrete slabs entail quite a few different building variables that have to be thoroughly assessed prior to the installment of the materials. To verify that the process is performed properly, the Coronet Construction crew plans out every Addison Concrete slab pour in detail.

The pouring of Addison Concrete slabs usually starts with preparing the sub base to assure that it is clear and compacted adequately enough to support the weight of the slap when it is poured. The forms – which are typically created from wood – are put in position next. The forms “hold” and provide a shape for the concrete slap. The following step is to then pour the slabs into the form, and then a procedure to smooth out the Addison Concrete is applied. Finally, it comes time to allow the concrete slap to cure until it’s all set for use.

Serving Addison and Chicagoland Since 1996 – About Coronet Construction

Our company is staffed by experienced specialists in all different aspects of Addison Concrete services for home and commercial construction. We put a premium on giving our valued customers the very best quality services and materials. Coronet Construction’s management has the ability to guide a construction job from conception to completion safely and in accordance with budgets. We form partnerships with our Addison Concrete clients to meet their needs and deliver results. We’ve continued to grow and evolve during our 22-plus years in the industry thanks to our staff and their focus on quality. It’s our view that a solid reputation is critical, and with each one of our Addison Concrete projects our valued customers help us sustain our hard-earned reputation. We make every effort to keep improving and making new innovations in our industry. Coronet Construction is an insured, licensed and bonded company, and our work is always guaranteed. Our Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certified personnel meets our clients’ requirements in compliance with building standards and scheduling. As one of the Chicagoland area’s prominent Addison Concrete contractors, we complete each concrete project with a commitment to safety and quality.