We expertly slope areas for proper water drainage, which helps get water away from paved surfaces to a sewer or nearby grassy area. This is especially necessary during the winter months, when ice from stagnant frozen water can become a safety hazard.
To help get drainage out of the ground or to allow for slower drainage retention, a gravel- or rock-filled trench (called a French drain or weeping tile) redirects surface water and groundwater away from an area. This is beneficial in preventing ground and surface water from damaging or penetrating your building foundation, and serves as an alternative to an open ditch or storm sewer.
We ensure the proper design of loading dock areas to improve the safety and efficiency of the freight-handling process. To help withstand the weight of trucks and other heavy vehicles, truck-loading docks are primarily constructed from reinforced concrete (or thickened asphalt) so that the trucks do not settle on the surface, causing excessive damage.
Give your customers/clients and employees a clear and dedicated area to leave their vehicle while they visit your property. Our services include line painting and repairs/patches, and we coordinate with licensed electricians to create light standards where necessary.