Citywide concrete Restoration

JACKCRETE spray foam can be applied in a variety of ways to correct the concrete problems around a city. With two different primary foam systems (220-D and 660-H) and numerous specialty-application systems that can be applied, JACKCRETE is ready to take on every project from a routine sidewalk lift to a bridge support system. To date JACKCRETE has saved local municipalities over $1,400,000 versus the cost of concrete replacement, and have aided drastically in minimizing road closures and roadblocks.

Municipalities and Entities We Work With

JACKCRETE has partnered with municipalities and government agents across Virginia, North Carolina, and Maryland either through residual contract work or individual Purchase Orders. While we do almost all of our work in the Mid-Atlantic region, we are able to travel throughout the country if the scope of the project permits.

Qualifying Documents

For more information on our experience and qualifications please reach out to us, or continue exploring our website for descriptions of our previous award-winning projects


Problems We Can Solve For Your City

Walkway Leveling

The proper maintenance of sidewalks is paramount to maintaining the safety of a community. Using JACKCRETE, cities are able to provide safe sidewalk and road systems without the unnecessary expense of replacement. Best of all, road repairs can be completed without any needed closures following completion.

Curb & Gutter and CDI Box Reinforcement

JACKCRETE is able to repair curb drop inlet boxes without any excavation or replacement of infrastructure. Through the use of polyurethane foam, the area that has become washed out is stabilized and the potential for further damage is minimized. Weeks of repair are avoided, and countless thousands of dollars are saved. 

Underpinning and Waterproofing

JACKCRETE offers fast, no excavation repair methods to seal cracks and leaks, void-fill, stabilize subsurface soil, and lift underground infrastructure. This trenchless, all-in-one repair method utilizes the chemical properties of polyurethanes to seal and stabilize the back-side of structures through strategically placed 5/8" injection holes.