Across San Jose residents can observe a multitude of construction machinery piercing the skyline and humming on the surface streets. The large quantity of construction projects in the city means residents and San Jose commercial contractors alike now have a familiarity with the various heavy-duty equipment required for the large-scale construction projects that have come to characterize the dynamic of downtown. While your average citizen may not be able to name the complicated-looking machine on the edge of the development site that conveys rocks, cement, and sand to and from the site, professionals in the field have come to know it as essential belting technology.
Colorado Springs rose to prominence during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush of the mid-1800’s and was the capital of the Colorado Territory until it was moved to Denver in 1862. What started as a mining town 60 miles south of Denver continued to grow, annexing adjacent land and townships until, after over 150 years, it is the most extensive municipality in Colorado. Many hands have contributed to building up this sprawling city, from notable historical figures and prominent national institutions, to those who construct the physical space of the built environment like commercial concrete contractors in Colorado Springs. Each has played their part in establishing “The Springs” as a bustling fixture of the Front Range.
A Unique History
In its history, Colorado Springs has attracted distinctive individuals and organizations for various reasons, and often those reasons were connected to the unique features of the area. For example, at the turn of the 20th century, Nikola Tesla brought his laboratory the Tesla Experimental Station to Colorado Springs to further his research in electricity because it is one of the most active lightning strike areas in the United States. In 1950, due to the city’s geographic location and geologic features, its previously-decommissioned WWII air force bases were revived and named Cold War headquarters for Air Defense Command, and NORAD made its home in Colorado Springs. In more recent history, the city became the site of the United States Olympic Training Center, allowing athletes from across the nation to train in the high altitude conditions of the Front Range.
Behind each of those notable additions to the history and community of Colorado Springs and supporting the city’s continued growth, are those who work to build the new structures needed to house the businesses and organizations that migrate there, as well as the other commercial and residential space and infrastructure needed to sustain an expanding city. Developers, architects, construction companies, and contractors add to the cityscape each year, with concrete laying the foundation for new projects across the city. The Conco Companies, a commercial concrete contractor, is among this group in Colorado Springs, bringing their experience in providing concrete services for urban-growth projects: educational, healthcare, industrial, and parking structures, multi-residential construction, and highways and public works projects.
The Conco Companies’ mission is to be the best supplier of concrete services in the Western U.S. and to bring expertise and incomparable quality to each project. We continue to upgrade and expand our facilities to better serve the growing market for commercial, educational, parking structures, public works projects, and other development. Contact us to learn more about the services from one of the most trusted concrete contractors in Colorado Springs.