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NMN Construction is going through some extraordinary changes. Having landed some of the largest contracts in company history, expanded our range of services into seismic retrofit work and currently employ some of the best talent across the shotcrete industry, the future looks bright for NMN Construction.
The method of pneumatically placing structural concrete, or shotcrete, can offer an alternative to certain applications of traditionally cast concrete to save time and money. Shotcrete’s versatility lends itself to all types of concrete applications both on and above grade; highways, bridges, channels, reservoirs, dams, buildings and parking structures have all successfully utilized the shotcrete method. Mix designs are delivered to the jobsite in conventional ready-mix trucks ready for application or can be mixed or batched on-site.
NMN Construction has been working on the Echo Water Flow Equilization project for the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District near Elk Grove. NMN will place 14,333CY at this slope lining project with general contractor Teichert Construction.
At the University of Southern California, Los Angeles NMN recently completed the 70’ tall perimeter walls at the Glorya Kaufman School of Dance building. This three story building with large gothic arched openings for natural light grand entries is located on West 34th Street at Watt Way, the busiest intersection on campus.
NMN is nearly complete with the basement walls on the Center for Science and Technology at Chapman University in Orange, CA. Scheduled to open in the Fall of 2018 this 140,000sf will feature a stunning arch entrance and amphitheater connecting the science hall with the technology hall.
The shotcrete process is one of the most economical methods of repairing concrete especially when the restoration work would otherwise require forming. Vertical surfaces such as columns, walls, beam sides, pier caps, and overhead surfaces such as ceilings, beam bottoms, slab soffits and deck overhangs are perfect opportunities for shotcrete repairs. The ability for shotcrete to be applied in restricted space and difficult to reach areas makes the material perfect for seismic retrofit projects and NMN offers full-scope services on these jobs.
Upgrades to the Riverside Public Defender’s building began in 2010 but by the time renovation was supposed to be complete during the summer of 2014 only 30% of the contract was done. NMN took over from the previous contractor and completed the 8-story retrofit job in 5-months which included forming, drill and epoxy dowels and new structural beams.
Client: Angeles Contractor, Inc.
Total CY: 326
Built in 1912, the old factory where Ford Factory manufactured Model T and Model A is being converted into retail storefronts on the ground floor with creative offices above. NMN performed the structural rehabilitation by placing new foundations and shear walls on the 5-story building in LA’s art district.
Client: Hathaway Dinwiddie
Total CY: 4,004
Meet the Team: Ron Federico, Executive Vice President
Ron joined NMN Construction in 2012 and oversees all aspects of the business with 30-years of shotcrete experience. Ron has worked all across the country applying the shotcrete technique to projects of all sizes and complexities. Career highlights include the Freedom Towers in New York and more recently he leant his expertise to crews at Disney Shanghai during construction of the entertainment giant’s newest park.
“The quality of our work is what sets us apart,” Federico explains. “The overall commitment of our personnel to delivering a quality product ontime, within budget and safely is unsurpassed in the industry.”
Ron Federico, Project Executive
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