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Masonry & Mortar Cement Project

Argos USA has a strong track record of quality and innovation across the spectrum of concrete projects including residential, commercial, highways and bridges, and public works. Browse through a few samples from our portfolio:

Congaree Park Wall

Project Type: Infrastructure, Self-consolidating Concrete

Location: Columbia, SC

Cubic Yards: 665

Date: 2005

North Raleigh United Methodist Church

Project Type: Commercial, Pervious Concrete

Location: Raleigh, NC

Cubic Yards: 1,200

Date: 2006

The Citadel – Barracks

Project Type:Commercial, Self-consolidating Concrete

Location: Charleston, SC

Cubic Yards: 10,000

Date: September 2004

Place concrete in 6" wide formed walls, 12 x 12 feet deep with arcs, blockouts, turrets, and other unique construction challenges.

Bryarton Subdivision

Project Type: Residential, Sustainable, Pervious Concrete

Location: Raleigh, NC

Cubic Yards: 2,500

Date: 1995

First placement of pervious concrete in North Carolina, which included 250 driveways. Argos pioneered the use of pervious concrete in the region.

Friday Center – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Remote Parking Lot

Project Type: Commercial, Pervious Concrete

Location: Chapel Hill, NC

Cubic Yards: 1,500

Date: 2001 Won

North Carolina Grand Conceptor Award in 2003 from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) in the category of Engineering Concept (water resources). Lot is 8.1 acres with 811 parking spaces. Project allowed for a reduction in storm water runoff, a reduction in contaminants flowing directly to a nearby stream, and allowed for additional parking spaces.

I-440 Pedestrian Bridge

Project Type: Infrastructure, Self-consolidating Concrete

Location: Raleigh, NC

Cubic Yards: 1,000

Date: 2005

First application of self-consolidating concrete in North Carolina DOT project. Using lighter-colored concrete reduced lighting requirements, saving energy costs.

I-95 & I-20 Rehab Project

Project Type: Argos 4x4Crete

Location: Florence, SC

Cubic Yards: 46,500+

Date: October 2009 to January 2011

Extracted and replaced failing 50-year-old concrete. SC I-95 from mile markers 150 to 193 – north and south bound lanes and SC I-20 from mile markers 131 to 116 – east and west bound lanes. Highway was opened to traffic six hours after placement.