The Conco Companies Completes Mat Pour Season
Conco just finished an unbelievably impressive Mat Pour Season, completing 14 mat pours in just 9 weeks. In full partnership with the General Contractors on each job, our teams went to work to successfully manage this aggressive schedule. These mat pours took place across the Bay Area, and are another example of the full service, turn-key operation that Conco offers. Conco provided all services on these jobs: formworks, rebar, concrete pumping, place and finish, and shotcrete. We take pride in our commitment to being a one stop shop for construction services for our customers. Simply put: one call to Conco and you can have it all.
Conco worked with Related California on two turnkey projects: Tasman East Apartments and Garage and Atria. Total concrete poured on the combined six mat pours was around 24,000 yards. We also fabricated, delivered, and installed over 7 million pounds of rebar.
For the Holland Partner Group’s turnkey 24th & Waverly project in Oakland we combined two mat pours into one. Our fabrication facility in Benicia turned out around 2 million pounds of rebar and we poured 5,500 yards of concrete. An amazing feat considering the congested area of the city where the pour took place.
We serviced two mat pours for Johnstone Moyer, Inc. in Santa Clara. Known as The Station, this turnkey project totaled around 6,500 yards of concrete and around 1.7 million pounds of rebar.
Another turnkey project that also included design build services, Dwight & Milvia is an assisted living development by Dettaglio Construction, Inc. (DCI). Located in Berkeley, CA, this project required 1,700 yards of concrete and 350,000 pounds of rebar. Conco’s pre-planning and project management staff worked hard to problem solve this job, which is located on a tight city corner and surrounded by obstacles.
We completed the mat pour season with SBI Builders. The Lafayette is another project in Santa Clara’s new Tasman East Neighborhood, just down the street from the Levi’s stadium. Three mats were poured for this project, which is another turnkey project for Conco! The Lafayette required over 1 million pounds of rebar and around 9,000 yards of concrete.
In closing, we are grateful to have completed this mat pour season safely, efficiently, and productively. With around 50,000 yards of concrete poured, and just over 11 million pounds of rebar placed, 5,200 truckloads of concrete delivered, and around 250 truckloads of rebar delivered, it was an impressive 9 weeks. We are grateful for the opportunity to help make our customers goals a reality.
To all Conco’s partners, who we consider family and friends, and to our dedicated employees, we say: THANK YOU!