Services

SGV Construction
provides an array
of services from
High-End Residential
to Public Works and
Commercial projects.

Learn more about our services below.

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Types of Work

On-Site
Perform jobs within property limits.
Off-Site (Street)
Work on public right-of-way outside private property limits.
New Construction
Development and construction of entirely new structures and site improvements.
Modernizations
Updating, renovating, or remodeling of existing structures and site improvements.
Expansions
Creating additions to already existing structures and site improvements.
Maintenance
Perform on-going upkeep, updates, and corrections as needed.

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Trades

Concrete
Preparation, placement, finishing, and repairing of concrete works.
Masonry
Placement of block walls or pavement.
Asphalt
Placement of new pavement including base, asphalt, seal and stripping.
General Contracting
Skilled management of project, responsible for coordination of trade contractors and other relevant parties.

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Hardscapes

Parking Lots
Any cleared areas intended for
parking vehicles.
Curbs
Concrete or stone edging to a street or path.
Gutters
Low areas at the edge of a street that carry off excess surface water to
drainage systems.
Pavements
Hard surfaces of roads, streets, or sidewalks.
Roads / Streets
Paved surfaces that form routes leading from one place to another — typically prepared for transportation vehicles.
Sidewalks
Off-site paths for pedestrians, typically on the sides of roads.
Walkways
On-site pathways for walking along, typically connecting different sections of buildings, or wide paths in parks and gardens.
Driveways
Paved surfaces for vehicle traffic leading from a public road to houses, garages or buildings.
Ramps
Slopes or inclined planes for joining two different grades.
ADA
Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in regard to accessibility to different structures and sites.

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Structural Foundations

Slabs
Typically rectangular large, thick, flat pieces of concrete floor.
Footings
Concrete supports under a foundation that rest on solid ground.
Retaining Walls
Vertical structures constructed to hold back soil and resist lateral pressure caused when there is a change in ground elevation.
Caissons
Reinforced concrete piers poured into holes drilled into ground.
Grade Beams
Reinforced concrete beams that connect other structural elements such as footings and caissons into a foundation system.
Cast-In Place (CIP) Walls
Reinforced wall systems made of concrete poured on-site.
Masonry Walls
Brick or concrete block walls used in structures, for weight bearing retention, and/or for site improvements.
Tilt-Up
Large concrete panels poured on-site and tilted into place to form the exterior walls of buildings.
Basements
One or more floors of a building that are either completely or partially below the ground floor.
Decks
Flat surfaces capable of supporting weight that can form elevated floors of a building above basements, garages, parking lots, and other floors.
Shotcrete Walls
Walls constructed with concrete conveyed through a hose and pneumatically projected at high velocity onto a surface, reinforced by steel rod, mesh, or fibers.

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