Premier Concrete

Premier Concrete poured more than 1,100 yards of concrete daily for several days of a BGE transfer station project on Constitution Street in Baltimore.

Supervised by 20-year Premier Concrete employee Mike Lavin, the Premier team forms the last of three walls sunk 20 feet into the ground at the BGE transfer station work site.

Pouring more than 110 trucks fully-loaded with concrete means an early 4 a.m. start on a Saturday in Baltimore.

Tight working conditions and small work areas have challenged the Premier Concrete team working on this $3 million project at Baltimore/ Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport that started in the spring of 2015 and is scheduled to be complete this December.

The Premier team finished up a metal deck pour for Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport's main corridor despite time constraints, logistical constrictions, and summer temperatures.

Premier Concrete President Jim Workmeister worked with the University of Delaware, his daughter’s alma mater, on this dramatic student housing courtyard that features colored, stamped and patterned concrete.

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