Concrete

Concrete


ADI Pavement offers a variety of concrete services including roller compacted concrete (RCC), stamped concrete, storm water detention systems, driveways, and sidewalks for commercial and industrial spaces. No matter the project, ADI is committed to providing the best product for the best price in a timely manner. Below, you will find descriptions of some of our concrete services. 
 
Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC)
 
Roller compacted concrete surfaces are affordable, durable, and simple. RCC is a damp concrete mix that is poured in layers and then compacted into place by vibrating rollers. Typically used for industrial surfaces, RCC surfaces won’t warp or soften, and aren’t susceptible to potholes or erosion. RCC is also useful for repairing surfaces such as road shoulders, streets, or parking lots. 
 
Some of the benefits of RCC include: 
 
Speed--RCC takes little time to install, and can be used within four hours of initial placement. 
Simplicity--RCC is easily transported by dump truck, can be spread and placed by bulldozers and rollers, and doesn’t require sealing or supports, making it a very simple material to work with. 
Low Cost--RCC runs about $20 less per square foot than asphalt placement, and takes less time and equipment to install, which saves both time and money. It also requires less upkeep than traditional asphalt, meaning that you can save money by avoiding repairs. 
Durability--RCC is known for its strength and durability. It can easily handle heavy loads, is not eroded by oil or fuel, and doesn’t require repairs or resealing like traditional asphalt. 
 
Stamped Concrete
 
Stamped concrete is a concrete surface which is stamped or textured to look like other building materials such as brick, wood, or stone. It is commonly used to beautify driveways or patios and is a more simple, economical alternative to other materials. Stamped concrete is a highly versatile material that can be produced in any variety of colors, textures, and styles. It’s also very durable and low maintenance. 
 
Pervious Systems/Storm Water Detention 
 
 Pervious concrete, also known as permeable concrete, is a highly porous material that allows water to filter through it into the ground below. Traditional concrete surfaces do not allow water to soak through to the ground, creating runoff that must be managed by systems such as retention ponds. Pervious concrete, on the other hand, allows rainwater to follow its natural course into the earth, replenishing groundwater supplies, reducing erosion, and lowering, or eliminating the need for additional water management systems. 
 
Some of the benefits of Pervious Concrete include: 
 
Economical--Since pervious concrete doesn’t create runoff, property owners can avoid the cost of stormwater management systems, environmental impact fees, and repair costs. 
Environmentally friendly-- Pervious concrete is recognized as a green material by the EPA since it helps to filter stormwater, replenish groundwater, and allows for plants and trees to thrive in paved areas such as parking lot islands. 
Durability-- Pervious surfaces are just as durable, if not more so, than traditional concrete or asphalt and can last up to 35 years with minimal maintenance. 
Safety--Because pervious concrete reduces standing water, it creates a safe, dry surface for drivers and pedestrians. 
 
Driveways and Sidewalks
 
 Concrete is perfect for commercial sidewalks and driveways. Whether you’re looking for an artistically stamped concrete surface for a patio, or just want a traditional sidewalk, ADI Pavement is happy to help!

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