About the service
With over three decades of hands-on experience, Jalisco International, Inc. stands as a beacon in the realm of concrete construction. Our legacy, carved in concrete, spans across Colorado, witnessing structures that are both aesthetically pleasing and functionally robust. From the vast expanse of a dam to the intricate design of a culvert, our portfolio is a testament to our unwavering commitment to excellence. Delve deeper and discover how our seasoned expertise shapes the bedrock of Colorado's infrastructure.
- Foundations: Including spread footings, mat foundations, drilled shafts, and pile caps.
- Bridges: This includes both vehicular and pedestrian bridges, using various designs like arch, beam, cantilever, suspension, and cable-stayed.
- Retaining Walls: Structures designed to resist the lateral pressure of soil, especially in areas with varying elevations or for roadway support.
- Culverts: Used for directing water flow beneath roads, railways, or pathways.
- Tunnels: For transportation (like roads, trains) or water conveyance.
- Dams: Large barriers designed to stop or restrict the flow of water, often creating reservoirs.
- Piers and Wharves: Structures extending into water bodies for docking boats and ships.
- Parking Structures: Multi-story reinforced concrete structures designed for vehicle parking.
- Elevated Highways and Ramps: Raised roadways, often seen in urban settings.
- Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities: Structures involved in the treatment and processing of water and wastewater.
- Drainage Channels: Structures designed to direct water flow and manage stormwater.
- Water Storage Tanks: Large tanks designed for holding potable water or for fire suppression.
- Concrete Barriers: Used for traffic management and security purposes.
- Pumping Stations: Infrastructure for moving water or sewage.
- Footings and Slabs: For buildings, homes, or any structure requiring a concrete base.
- Sound Walls or Noise Barriers: Erected between highways and residential areas to reduce noise pollution.