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PG&E Training Center Project

Scope of Work

Site Excavation & Off-Haul

  • 18,600 SF of site excavation of old court yard
  • 11,100 SF of fine grading for all new hardscape
  • Dig 180 LF of new footing for all new hardscape seat walls
  • 12 box footing for all roman shade canopies
  • Protection of an existing new sport court throughout the project
  • Demolition of all 11,100 SF of existing concrete and pavers
  • Remodel of existing court yard
  • Remove and replace all existing concrete
  • Place new colored concrete with sand blast finish
  • All new custom paver patio area along with decorative planter and seat walls throughout new court yard
  • New front entryway monument sign

Hardscape

  • 8,900SF of new color concrete with a light sandblast finish
  • 2,500SF of new concrete pavers
  • 150 LF of new decorative seat walls
  • 70 LF of seat wall trellis
  • 100LF of new decorative monument sign wall
  • 100LF of new trench drain

Challenges

  • Had a three-month window from start to finish
  • Job started two months behind schedule and DRYCO set the pace for all the subcontractors in order to finish project on time for customer
  • DRYCO had to ensure that each minute of the day was in compliance with PG&E’s high safety standards

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We Stand for Quality

A company that stands for quality.

DRYCO Construction, Inc. is a pavement maintenance, custom concrete, and small site general contractor that consistently earns customer respect for rapid response, effective solutions, and accountability for workmanship, cost, and schedule. Our objective is to provide our customers with the right combination of work and materials, responsive, flexible solutions, and scheduling at a competitive price. DRYCO serves the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California from its headquarters in Fremont, California.

The privately-held company was established in 1985 by Daren R. Young on the foundation of his family’s 20 years of experience in the paving industry. Daren has helped develop DRYCO into one of the most reputable pavement and concrete construction companies in the area. DRYCO is known for top-quality performance and commitment to long-term customer relationships.

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DRYCO Helps Property Managers

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“I have been working with DRYCO for the past 15 years on various projects, and they have always been consistently professional. They are committed to customer satisfaction. The crew and everyone in the office has always been helpful and provided me with excellent customer service.

—Ed, Pierce Property Management

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Difference Between Asphalt & Concrete – Basics & Typical Uses

Difference Between Asphalt & Concrete – Basics & Typical Uses

When dealing with pavement maintenance, there are two types of pavement that you probably already recognize as asphalt and concrete.

Believe it or not, these two types of pavement are more similar than you might think, and I am not talking about how they are both flat and you can drive on them, etc… That’s a given.  What I mean is that they both consist of roughly the same materials, with the differentiating factor being the binding agent.

Let’s break it down…  First we will take a look at asphalt.

Asphalt Sample

Asphalt Sample

Asphalt Cement Concrete (Commonly called asphalt) is made up of:
– Sand
– Rock
– Liquid Asphalt Asphalt Cement (Manufactured from Crude Oil)

Now let’s take a look at concrete.

Concrete Sample

Concrete Sample

Portland Cement Concrete (Commonly called concrete) is made up of:
– Sand
– Rock
– Portland Cement (Manufactured from Lime Stone)

As you can see in the closeup pictures, both samples contain sand and bits of rock with the difference being the binder.

Both asphalt and concrete have their strengths and weaknesses, and which one you choose to go with will be determined largely by the way that you plan to use it.

Typical Uses for Concrete Pavement
– Bridges
– Dumpster Slabs
– Airport Runways
– Streets & Highways
– Small Residential Driveways

Typical Uses for Asphalt Pavement
– Parking Lots
– Playgrounds
– Airport Taxiways
– Streets & Highways
– Large Driveways
For more information about the differences between asphalt and concrete, visit our YouTube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9eoq-lU5TA

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DRYCO Green Practices

DRYCO Green Practices

The industry leader in recycling.

 DRYCO Construction, Inc. is big on recycling jobs. Whether for a patch repair or a total reconstruction job, we have taken the challenge to help our environment in every way possible. By becoming one of the leading recyclers of asphalt and concrete in the Bay Area, we’ve extended our commitment to earth-friendly practices to each of our customers.

 Our recycling process begins with high-powered crushers, screens, and conveyors that turn would-be landfill into usable building materials. The end product is a strong, long-lasting, coarse material that is tested and rated as class #2 base rock. We grind up all of the asphalt and concrete that comes off our jobs and reuse it for future projects.

 We also use other by-products, resulting in less haul-off and landfill refuse. Crews separate wood and metal from job site debris and place it in specified dumpsters for recycling at our facility. Many times, excess material like grindings can be reused on-site or moved to other sites to be used as sub-base material on DRYCO jobs.

 Soil is another material that we reuse as part of our Go Green approach. When a project has earthwork that requires us to haul off soil, we take it to our recycle yard and screen it into a usable sub-base material. We stockpile any soil with integrated organic material, allow it to decompose, and then use it as topsoil for landscaping purposes.

 DRYCO is always thinking of our environment when bidding asphalt paving and concrete repair jobs. We are the industry leaders in recycling and the only pavement maintenance company in the Bay Area that has its own in-house recycle facility.

 Bottom line: when you contract with DRYCO you are not only choosing the best, you’re choosing the greenest!

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The Comprehensive DRYCO Solution

The One-Stop Source for Pavement Repairs and Concrete Repair Services

DRYCO has the capacity, skills, and equipment needed to effectively execute all manner of pavement repairs, concrete repairs, and site construction projects. Customers experience far less frustration throughout the entire process-from estimating to invoicing-because they do not have to obtain bids, manage, or deal with invoicing paperwork resulting from multiple contractors. The work is covered by one warranty that is transferable should a property be sold, and every job receives a follow-up call to ensure customer satisfaction. Select a link from the list below to learn more about what DRYCO has to offer.

Pavement Services 

PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE PLANS   ASPHALT REPAIRS & PAVEMENT OVERLAYS

SEAL COATING & STRIPING   PARKING LOTS    SCOPE DEVELOPMENT

CAUSES OF PAVEMENT DETERIORATION

Concrete Services

CONCRETE REPAIR   CUSTOM CONCRETE   STAMPED & COLORED CONCRETE

CONCRETE BLOCK WALLS   PLANTERS & STEPS   SAW CUTTING

Site Construction

ENGINEERING & RECONSTRUCTION   UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTION

DRAINAGE REPAIR   GRADING & EXCAVATION

Fence & Iron   ADA Compliance   Game Courts   Playground Installation

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Parking Lot Repair Review

“Dryco recently performed a major repair on our commercial parking lot. The work was preformed in the accord with the estimate two lifts not one and completed on time and for the estimated price.  In the past they preformed a complete dig out replaced the base rock and asphalt it also was completed as above, this was more than 12 years ago.  They will be around to do the warranty work if any.”  David R., Fremont, CA

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