Customer Say It Best: Featuring Allen Concrete, LLC

This issue features Allen Concrete, LLC, which specializes in dirt and paving services for government and private entities, while proudly utilizing a one-stop shop approach. A minority owned and self-certified Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), its mission is “to provide responsive service to all customers along with top notch construction, quality work and customer satisfaction.” We asked Allen Concrete, LLC the following and here’s what they had to say …

How long have you been in business?
Allen Concrete, LLC has been in business since 2004.

What cities or areas does Allen Concrete, LLC do business in?
We do business in the El Paso and surrounding areas.

What type of projects does Allen Concrete, LLC focus on?
Commercial projects such as shopping centers, sub-divisions, retail, parking lots, warehouses, restaurants and paving.

Is there a type of project your company prefers?
One where we perform all of our in-house scope of work including demo, earthwork, storm utilities, building concrete, concrete panels, site concrete, paving (asphalt or concrete) and striping.

Any project you would like to take on in the future?
More TxDot work such as highways, bridges,

On a scale of 1 to 10, how does Allen Concrete, LLC rate Western Precast?
We rate you a 10.

We’re grateful to Allen Concrete, LLC for a top notch rating of our products and services. As always, it’s what keeps us on track in our aim to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations. We appreciate and thank you for entrusting us with your business!

Pictured from left to right: Jorge Montenegro, Surveyor; Jesus Carrillo, Concrete Division Superintendent; Mark Merrill, Project Manager; Richard Alvarado, General Manager at Western Precast; Greta Vasquez, Project Manager/Estimator/Drafting Technician at Western Precast; Manuel Moreno, Earthwork Division Superintendent │Site: The Shops at Rich Beem

Exits: Safety First!

(Spanish) Every building designed for human occupancy should be provided with exits thatare sufficient to permit the prompt escape of occupants in case of an

Read More »