Interior Concrete Flatwork for Commercial Concrete Slab Pour at Floor and Decor

Floor & Decor Concrete Flatwork

The project for Floor & Decor in Brookfield, Wisconsin included removing and replacing 75,000 square feet of 6″ interior slab and miscellaneous site concrete. These photos are from concrete flatwork pour number three, which was just over 15,000 square feet and about 300 cubic yards of concrete dispatched from the Gleason Redi-Mix Norway Plant.

Horizon Retail Construction contracted with us to remove the existing interior slab. The existing slab was poured at varied thickness, which did not meet the future tenant’s requirements. After removing areas of the existing slab, our excavation crews regraded the subgrade to prepare for our flatwork crews to install a new concrete slab.

Find out more about Kurk, Inc’s flatwork and excavation services today.

Community State Bank Canopy

We couldn’t be happier to be back at Community State Bank working on the excavation and concrete for their new drive through. We helped with the construction of the main office at 1500 Main Street, Union Grove, WI in 1998 and  have been chosen to help with the update and renovation.

Duffek Construction has partnered with the team at Kurk, Inc. and Community State Bank to construct the drive through canopy on the South side of the building.

The new drive through canopy will consist of two teller lanes and a night deposit/ATM lane. Kurk, Inc. will be removing some of the existing parking lot on the South side of the existing building in order to excavate for the canopy drive through foundations. In addition to the canopy foundations, we will be restoring the parking lot and site by adding some concrete curbs and sidewalk at Community State Bank. Visit the Community State Bank website or Facebook for more information about their addition and renovation.

We started the Community State Bank Drive Through Canopy in early November. The first day consisted of saw cutting and removing some of the existing parking lot pavement in order to excavate for the canopy foundation.

More photos coming soon!