Coffman and Laub Construction has found the key to success is always making sure there is open communication between them and their client. This is most important when the project schedule is very demanding. They have found that there is always a way to make it work if coordination of onsite operations is maintained with all involved contractors.
Coffman and Laub Construction has the ability to spot and resolve issues on a project. Mark and Dan (the owners) have direct involvement in field operations sets Coffman and Laub Construction apart from their competitors. In this line of work, there is one chance to “get it right” before it gets expensive!
Coffman and Laub Construction operates three curb machines and a mainline paver. This gives them the ability to pour the largest projects with minimal man-power when compared to competitors. Less labor means that Coffman and Laub Construction clients save time and money and come out with a great quality project in the end.
Coffman and Laub Construction is involved at the very beginning stages of a new subdivision. After the dirt work is done, Coffman and Laub Construction begins by building curb and gutter, sidewalks, drainage pans and bike paths. They work with general contractors, project managers and surveyors to verify that each job is properly staked and graded so the result is a first-class, functioning subdivision for decades to come. They double-check grade stakes with string line to ensure that curbs have proper drainage before concrete is even poured. Every aspect is closely monitored to keep in-check with tight deadlines and meet an expected completion date.
Coffman and Laub Construction works with national and local developers to deliver large commercial projects for communities, government and the private sector. These projects often involve a large number of landscaped islands, concrete paving, loading dock areas, color concrete and stampwork.
Coffman and Laub Construction also works companies on doing mid to large scale flatwork projects. These projects range from standard pole barn floors to large machine-troweled floors for a superior finish. Many of these projects are custom jobs that involve a lot of planning, engineering and project management.