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3 months ago

Conicella Inc. Masonry Concrete Excavation

Finished up this cobblestone apron and curbing using reclaimed Cobblestone.. ... See MoreSee Less

Installed a forklift ramp and poured 40 yards of concrete 4 inches thick over the existing pad in this warehouse. ... See MoreSee Less

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They are the BEST!!! Trust me!

They were converting this section of the warehouse into a show room and needed us to cut a 10 x 8 opening for a doorway, we supported the 25 feet of Masonary above us, installed the 11 1/2 foot steel beam, and skim coated the side of the block opening. ... See MoreSee Less

Just Wrapped up this 50 foot loading dock, nothing beats inside work in the winter months. ... See MoreSee Less

We cut out these openings to make way for the 50 foot loading dock ramp we will be building this week.. ... See MoreSee Less

We enjoyed the weather the past few days inside laying this 200 foot block wall. ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Conicella Inc. Masonry Concrete Excavation

Just finished this stucco remediation job. ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Conicella Inc. Masonry Concrete Excavation

Removed the old brick and flagstone and installed Belgium block risers and capped with full length 18 inch blue flag stone treads. ... See MoreSee Less

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Looks perfect!

Looks good , nice job !

Finished up this Belgium block apron in front of this garage with recycled cobblestones from a Philadelphia street. ... See MoreSee Less

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Well done!👍

Started phase one of the Belgium block work by adding this circle in the driveway. We hand picked old Belgium block to blend into existing boarder around the driveway. Next week we will be adding a Belgium block apron in front of the garage.. ... See MoreSee Less

Installed a 125 foot ramp and Belgium block boarder to retain dirt , landscapers coming this week to Landscape around our work. ... See MoreSee Less

Removed the tar that a roofer left on the brick on this historic home and repointed the center of this back wall. When cured pointing will blend in perfect with existing mortar. ... See MoreSee Less

Removed the tar that a roofer left on the brick on this historic home and repointed the center of this back wall. When cured pointing will blend in perfect with existing mortar.Image attachment

Removed existing sinking concrete on front porch and walkway and poured 4000 psi concrete with concrete wire and rebar drilled into the house foundation to prevent any sinking in the future. ... See MoreSee Less

Homeowner when remodeling their office wanted to keep the interior stone behind the drywall exposed. It was in rough shape so we chipped out all the old mortar and re-pointed everything. The office is going to look great when completed. ... See MoreSee Less

Removed the old stone wall and concrete steps and replaced with a Allan block wall and a new set of concrete steps .. ... See MoreSee Less

Going to return in a week hoping yard Drys out , installed this foundation handling all excavation and block work. ... See MoreSee Less

After years of a muddy side entrance, the homeowner had us dig out the existing path, relay the Belgium block in cement and installed this new irregular flagstone walkway ,a great improvement to the property. ... See MoreSee Less

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Looks real good.

Repointed the stone wall , and spruced up this concrete pad by adding a small step outside of the front door With stone veneer and laying flagstone on top in cement.. ... See MoreSee Less

Just in time before closing the pool. We removed all the old concrete around the pool, pumped in 16 yards of concrete and set 1.5 inch full color thermal flagstone .. ... See MoreSee Less

Removed the old front walkway and installed 1.5 inch full color flagstone .. ... See MoreSee Less

Removed the old front walkway and installed 1.5 inch full color flagstone ..Image attachmentImage attachment

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Muy buen trabajo compadre Erubiel invite a trabajar

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