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Benitez concrete construction is a commercial concrete contractor based in San Jose serving contractors and homeowners in the bay area for over 30 years. Concrete projects come in all shapes and forms and we have worked with many general contractors on commercial concrete projects in the bay area. Benitez Concrete Construction has an extensive track record as a commercial concrete contractor, with considerable expertise in:
Your business’ foundation is the base on which everything else is built, so it can be considered the most important part of your business. If you need to repair your foundation, install one, raise it, or level it, make sure that you hire the absolute best person for the job. Benitez Concrete Construction is the best person for the job.
A drilled pier is a deep foundation system that is a large diameter concrete cylinder that is constructed by placing fresh concrete and reinforcing steel into a drilled shaft. Drilled piers are constructed to transfer heavy axial or lateral loads to a deep stratum below the ground surface.
In a concrete column reinforcing rebar is placed axially in the column to provide additional axial stiffness. While our columns are always strong, they are also beautiful. Here at Benitez Concrete Construction precisely to your specifications to meet your needs, both structurally and aesthetically.
A concrete slab is a common structural element of modern buildings. In many domestic and industrial buildings a thick concrete slab, supported on foundations or directly on the subsoil, is used to construct the ground floor of the building.
A cast-in-place concrete wall system is an exposed structural system that also serves as the façade. Openings or penetrations in the structural system are generally infilled with windows, masonry, or some other cladding material.
Slab on Grade
As the name suggests, a slab is a single layer of concrete, several inches thick. The slab is poured thicker at the edges, to form an integral footing; reinforcing rods strengthen the thickened edge. The slab normally rests on a bed of crushed gravel to improve drainage. Casting a wire mesh in the concrete reduces the chance of cracking.
Shotcrete, gunite or sprayed concrete is concrete or mortar conveyed through a hose and pneumatically projected at high velocity onto a surface, as a construction technique. It is typically reinforced by conventional steel rods, steel mesh, or fibers.
It is imperative to many businesses to have a loading dock put in. This allows an easy place for the trucks to back into and load/unload various goods.
Post Tension Slab
A post tension slab is a concrete slab that has steel cables running through it that have been placed under 33,000 +/- pounds of tension. This tension makes the concrete slab and foundation much stronger than concrete without reinforcement and helps reduce cracking.
Utility Trench Infills
Utility trenches can be used for electrical, hydraulic, water, sewer, gas, low voltage, high voltage, chemical piping, or any other process that requires a cable trench or utility trench.
Slab on Pan Decks
Metal pan forms come in several types according to the use required. The most widely used is the nail down flange type because of its flexibility and the simplicity of erecting the shoring and the centering to support it.
Infill slabs are poured between existing walls and require no framework. They also do not require external or internal stiffening beams and are typically used in garage floors where the walls are masonry.
Retaining Wall Systems
Retaining walls are relatively rigid walls used for supporting the soil mass laterally so that the soil can be retained at different levels on the two sides. They are used to bound soils between two different elevations often in areas of terrain possessing undesirable slopes or in areas where the landscape needs to be shaped severely and engineered for more specific purposes like hillside farming or roadway overpasses.
Footings & Grade Beams
A grade beam or grade beam footing is a component of a building’s foundation. It consists of a reinforced concrete beam that transmits the load from a bearing wall into spaced foundations such as pile caps or caissons. It is used in conditions where the surface soil’s load-bearing capacity is less than the anticipated design loads.
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