In the 1960s and 1970s, Raimondo Construction was primarily an industrial concrete contractor installing machine foundations and performing various concrete projects for companies such as Elliott Company, Westinghouse Electric, and Westinghouse Air Brake. When the industrial landscape began to change, we began working in numerous power plants in the 1980s and early 1990s. Through this rich history of industrial work, we became highly skilled in all aspects of concrete forming techniques and the use of specialty products such as latex modified and epoxy mortars.
While we still have the capabilities to perform the heavy duty and specialized industrial concrete projects, our concrete work is now mainly concentrated on providing support for our building and pre-engineered projects. For new buildings and building additions, we continue to install foundations and footers with our own personnel. This allows us to set the pace for a project and keep it on schedule right from the very beginning. It also ensures that Raimondo projects are built with quality from the ground up.
Our team also installs the exterior concrete work on our projects. Through our expert craftsmanship, we ensure that our buildings quite literally have the “curb appeal” that our partners have come to expect.