Industrial Concrete

For many industrial applications, concrete is a popular choice for companies in all climates because of its long life and low maintenance requirements. Advances in engineering have made it possible to design and pour concrete in formulations and thicknesses that wear well under the slow-moving and heavy traffic common at distribution centers, warehouses and manufacturing facilities.

At S&K Asphalt, our technicians first determine your anticipated use and durability needs for your paved area. Mix and thickness are key factors for areas that will experience significant and stationary weight, such as loading areas and areas used for storage. Spacing and stability of joints also is key in minimizing cracking. Our professionals have the experience to determine the best design and mix to accomplish the life expectancy and aesthetics you need for your application.

Minimal maintenance is an advantage to using concrete for your paved area. Occasional cleaning and sealant will lengthen its life and keep it looking its best, and some precautions when it comes to snow and ice removal will help avoid pits, stains and chips.

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  • Lasts 20 to 40 years, depending on usage and maintenance
  • Allow a week to cure before use
  • Power wash and sealant every few years keeps it like new
  • Adjustable joint spacing to accommodate stress
  • Can be mixed to withstand heavy loads without cracking, sinking, or chipping

Is concrete right for you?

At S&K Asphalt, we provide quality paving in asphalt and concrete. Proper construction is key to ascertaining that your industrial paving project performs to your expectation and gives you the maximum years of service based upon use. When you meet with our professionals, we’ll discuss the following:

  • The planned use for your parking and delivery areas—heavy trucks, construction equipment, storage of heavy vehicles or containers. We then determine the appropriate depth of paving material to accommodate this use.
  • An inspection of the area to be paved to determine composition of the ground and plan for the appropriate rock subbase. Your rock base is crucial to maintaining the expected lifespan of your pavement.
  • Your budget and maintenance preferences.