Technology has changed the way fans enjoy concerts, sporting events museums, and outdoor public activities. From high school auditoriums to grand museums like the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. or the Perot Museum in Dallas, these structures are becoming more complex in design and construction.
Most of this market segment demand originates either from educational institutions, such as high schools and universities, or commercial sports enterprises, such as sports franchises and leagues. But there’s often more to the project than just the venue. Many city planning commissions use the new venue as the focal point of an area’s redevelopment. These enhancements can include upgrades to underground utilities services, new streets and sidewalks, along with new hardscape landscape structures. We can provide an integrated approach on any size project. We can provide aggregate for applications from backfill to pavement sub-base. We can assist in developing concrete mix designs that meet structural specifications without effecting project timelines. We can supply final grade products from parking lots to decorative walkways that provide safe access and enhance the architectural appeal of the overall project.