Concrete Contractors List

Concrete Contractors List

This is a list of concrete contractors that is provided as a convenience to you. It is not intended as a recommendation of any of the contractors. We recommend that you:

  • Get recommendations of contractors used by friends and family.
  • Obtain competitive bids from more than one contractor.
  • Look at other completed jobs done by the contractors.
  • Ask the contractor for proof of insurance.
  • Check the references offered by the contractors. A reliable information source is the Oregon Construction Contractors Board, where you will find information about contractors.

Concrete Repair & Replacement

  • David Concrete Services (David Rios), 481 S 2nd Ave., Cornelius, OR 97113
    503-680-8590 | CCB #173064
  • Fairway Concrete (Asipeli), 8600 SW Scholls Ferry RD #7, Beaverton, OR 97008
    503-381-8106 | CCB #213337 | fairwayconcrete@gmail.com
  • Four Seasons Landscape & Construction, 221115 NW Imbrie DR #332, Hillsboro, OR
    503-888-6977 | CCB #203777 | agustin@fourseasonspdx.com
  • GS Concrete Construction, 5157 SW 193rd Pl, Aloha, OR 97007
    503-933-3166 | CCB#170477 | gsconstruction74@yahoo.com
  • Premiere Concrete (Lex), PO Box 230785, Tigard, OR 97281
    503-810-3752 | CCB#210271 | premiere.construction@hotmail.com
  • Rose City Concrete Repair & Const., 3300 NW 185th Ave, Ste. 183, Portland, OR
    503-232-9702 | CCB #181495 | rosecityconcreterepair.com
  • Sidewalk Repair Specialist (Jay Miller), 8152 SW Hall Blvd #240, Beaverton, OR 97008
    503-707-4725 | CCB#198613 | sidewalkrepairs@gmail.com
  • William H. Pitts Jr. Construction, 635 SW 134th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005
    503-608-9464 | CCB #205382 | WilliamPittsJr@gmail.com

Grinding Work Only *

Tree Services

* Sidewalk uplifts of up to 1 inch can be effectively ground, given proper sloping. Uplifts greater than 1 inch will generally require a sidewalk panel replacement and cannot be effectively ground to meet our city standards.

** Concrete leveling with effective grinding can be used to meet both city engineering standards and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, however since these techniques do not require a permit, it is essential that your contractor is fully aware of the standards required by our Site Development Department.