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Public Work

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:

Marshall Steam Station Chimney

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Terrell, NC

General Contractor: Shaw Group/Concrete

Contractor: Commonwealth Dynamics

Engineer/Architect: Alston Power

Cubic Yards: 3,927

Date: 2004

The 306-ft. chimney was a slip form application completed in three weeks. The form moved at 8 to 12 inches per hour.

North Cary Waste Water Treatment Facility

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Cary, NC

Cubic Yards: 8,000

Date: 1997

Northwest Waste Water Treatment Facility

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Lewisville, NC, SC

Cubic Yards: 11,000

VC Summer Nuclear Plant – Jenkinsville, SC

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Chapin, SC

Cubic Yards: 42,000

Date: March 2010 to December 2010

RA Thomas Water Treatment Facility

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Winston-Salem, NC

Cubic Yards: 21,450

Date: 2010

Single largest pour – 1,700. Concrete mix had extremely low shrinkage requirements, and extremely stringent specs, optimized aggregate blends.

Elledge Waste Water Treatment Facility

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Winston-Salem, NC

Cubic Yards: 18,000

Date: 2010

Single largest pour – 900. Concrete had a mix of extremely low shrinkage requirements, and optimized aggregate blends, making it fast-paced.

Neuse River Waste Water Treatment Plant

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Raleigh, NC

Cubic Yards: 22,000

Date: 2008

This was a highly technical project with stringent specifications. QA technicians provided onsite services to ensure the delivery of concrete met specifications

Mason Farms Waste Water Treatment Plant

Project Type: Public Works

Location: Chapel Hill, NC

Cubic Yards: 23,000

Date: 2007

Due to the large size of the structures on this project, large and fast-paced pours were the norm. In one day, 1,200 cubic yards was supplied. This project had 13 placements of larger than 300 cubic yards.