Carson Concrete Corporation in Philadelphia

Carson Concrete is a leading construction firm in the Philadelphia area. Established in 1977 by Anthony Samango, the company has helped construct such landmarks as the Philadelphia Phillies baseball stadium and the 50-story St. James Place apartment complex. More recently, Carson Concrete Corporation completed extensive concrete work for Doylestown, Pennsylvania’s $84 million Bucks County Justice Center, a project that required the purchase of a new Terex rough-terrain crane.

Committed to quality workmanship, Carson Concrete completes all jobs in-house, without relying on subcontractors. From setting formwork to pouring and placing concrete, the company has extensive experience in all aspects of high-rise construction. Because the firm owns equipment such as cranes and concrete pumps and sets its own reinforcing steel, clients can depend on speed and flexibility. Led by vice president Anthony Samango III, the company maintains a strong record of more than 800 jobs and millions of yards of concrete poured.

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