Architectural Concrete in Brimingham MI

Posted February 10th, 2012 by Albaugh Masonry Stone and Tile Inc. and filed in Concrete

The ramp shown was built with the coordination of many trades and materials.  First a perimeter footing was dug and poured.  Then the wiring came in for the up lighting.  After that the forms were built to the specific shape of the ramp.  That allowed the lights to be wired in to be poured in place.

The pour was challenging as the concrete wants to flow down the ramp naturally.  So keeping the integral curbs filled and making sure all areas were vibrated required the most effort.

Upon completion of the pour the exposed face was then bush hammered and the stainless low profile reveal was installed and caulked into place.

The result is a statement of architecture that compliments the design of the car as well as the downtown setting.

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