American Concrete Company has been selected as the subcontractor to wire saw the Japanese dock that floated to the Oregon Coast following last year’s tsunami. See OregonLive.com for more information and a photo of ACC in action!.
In addition to Oregon, Washington, and Idaho – where we got our start – American Concrete Company is also licensed to operate in:
ACC now offers the service of Wall Sawing to the Portland area. Please contact us for a free estimate. We also have an estimate form you may fill out.
ACC adds Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Scanning to services. In order to better serve our customers, and provide critical data prior to saw cutting or drilling, we now have the ability to locate rebar and conduits. Using the latest technology of nondestructive testing, to read densities of materials to locate various objects. Ideally suited for locating rebar or other imbedded objects up to 18 inches deep.
American Concrete Company has positions available for those interested in a rewarding career in concrete. Apply Today!
American Concrete Company now has an office in Portland to better serve the northern part of the state of Oregon. See our contact page for address info.
American Concrete Company continued its support of local charity, Relief Nursery. ACC is proud to be a Gold Level sponsor again in 2012. The Relief Nursery is a non-profit child abuse and neglect prevention agency; learn more about it at www.reliefnursery.org
American Concrete Company employees furthered their safety dedication through participation in the C-Stop program. Learn more at http://c-stop.org/, the eight-hour C-Stop class, bolsters the other yearly ACC safety trainings and is testament to the success of lowering our mod rating to 0.82.
American Concrete Company bolsters its line of shot blasting equipment, adding capacity to prepare concrete floor surfaces with a line of indoor equipment. Let us know how we can help with your floor preparation needs!
ACC employees, local school teachers, administrators, and friends recently joined to celebrate American Concrete Company’s achievement of 75,000 man-hours safely worked on all projects by dedicating a new American flag and pole at ACC, hoisted for the first time by a recently returning member of the Armed Forces. ACC also contributed $5,000 to the local and newly organized Coburg Charter school to use on a safety-oriented project. Charter School Executive Director Terry Hoagland received the award on behalf of the school, stating it was much needed and appreciated, as the charter school has to raise 20% of its own funds to operate.