Sunday, June 28, 2009

Crownsville's faithful concrete crew

Over the past five months we've had the privilege of working with the
fine volunteers at the crownsville assembly hall of Jehovah's
witnesses. Much concrete has been poured and finished from feb. 09
through june 09. As beautiful as the concrete work is, it pales in
comparison to the beauty of the volunteers and all their fine work.
Thank you for the privilege of being part of such a wonderful project!

Some concrete steps would be helpful

A couple of concrete steps couldn't hurt...

A rockin walk at the ROCK Ranch

Here is a beautiful decorative stamped sidewalk recently completed at
the ROCK Ranch near Thomaston Ga. We really enjoyed working at the
ranch, and in the future if the goats and their treehouses need some
sidewalks or decorative countertops, we hope to lend a hand :)

Monday, June 15, 2009

where we came from and where we're going

These guys all worked in concrete together in the early 70's. That's
our dad on the right. The next picture is the crew today. I hope we turn out as well.

Working for free!

Matt is a bit tired. We teamed up with some other concrete crews and other volunteers and have poured 1000 yards in four Saturdays. You couldn't pay us to work this hard yet it's more fun than making money. The parking lot looks great. Nicely edged and broomed. We placed 30-40% with a truss screed, the rest was placed with handheld vibratory screeds. It was nicely graded and formed so everything is nice and flat. All saw cut with soft cut saws the same day. I think everyone involved was pretty proud of it.

Stephen Scibetta
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Sunday, June 14, 2009

White Concrete Countertops

Just installed white Portland countertops in south Atlanta. We also
polished them for a great finish.

Friday, June 12, 2009

More pervious

Just looks like dirty rocks coming out of the truck. Thanks for the
work Fayetteville!

Previous concrete in Fayetteville

Little pervious job in the Fayette city limits. Fayette is apparently
promoting pourous concrete as a way to stay within code without
building a retention pond.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Ashler slate stamping

Buff color with charcoal accents. Nonslip sealer is going on nice!

Stephen Scibetta
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Stamping job completed a few months ago

I stopped to take a picture of this stamped concrete we did a few months ago. I think it looks nice with the site cleaned up. The cobble stone pattern gives a nice rumble to the tires when you pull in.

Stephen Scibetta
770-480-5789 mobile
800-660-7047 fax

Big stamped cobble stone

Here's a closer shot of that stamping.

Stephen Scibetta
770-480-5789 mobile
800-660-7047 fax

Concrete steps with notch detail

That little notch on these color concrete steps was tricky forming.
It's hard to build to strip the forms while it's still wet enough to
finish the step faces and not damage the reveal. It was starting to
rain when I took this.