The only joint you will find with a poured concrete wall is the cove joint. The joint cove is where the floor meets the wall, and the wall sits on top of the footing. Because of this, a poured wall is less prone to premature leaking or cracks.
Poured concrete walls have superior resistance to underground lateral pressure from soil and water. It is the reason why engineers and architects favor them in increasing numbers. This gives your structure as much water resistance as possible. Even with climate changes such as we experience in Minnesota, dense poured concrete walls will not give in as quickly to buckling or bowing like cinder blocks do.
When designing and preparing concrete foundations for our clients, we always start by having the soil tested and analyzed by a highly qualified third-party partner.
Our geotechnical engineering team can understand the soil and site characteristics using previous soil samples or core drilling to conduct new tests. This ensures the long-term success of your concrete project and prevents costly failure of your foundation in the future.
Among our tests are:
Randahl Construction, Inc. offers both design-build and design-bid-build project services. We are typically contacted after the project’s design stage is complete and concrete estimates are needed.
We take great pride in offering our clients accurate, detailed estimates for their concrete projects. Our experienced estimators take the time to analyze your project properly to ensure our numbers are accurate. Our goal is to build trusting relationships with our customers by being transparent with our numbers and minimizing change orders.
When you need poured concrete walls, you need to hire an experienced and local company committed to excellence and superior results to perform your concrete project.
You can count on Randahl Construction, Inc. to get the job done right.