4949 S. Macadam Ave. #101 Portland, Oregon 97239
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Constructify was the first company to develop methods and equipment for the successful deep compaction of soil in the 1930s and has continued to develop the equipment and widened its application. Common soil stabilization techniques include a combination of vibro-compaction with stone, concrete or lime columns as well as soil mixing and injection systems. These techniques, some of which are shown below, have been used by Constructify to improve many thousands of projects.
Ground improvement techniques are used to prepare the ground for new construction projects and to reduce the risk of liquefaction in areas of seismic activity.
So, at Constructify Construction Services, we know to pay close attention to the little things that could have a big impact on the successful completion of your project. And, of course, when you focus on the details, the big picture inevitably takes shape as you had envisioned it.
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We are guided by the same basic precepts
Provide quality workmanship and exemplary client service. Employ people of the highest integrity and skill. Provide a safe work environment for our employees and subcontractors.
Constructify's work ethic runs deep
From the beginning, honesty and clear vision along with hard work and imagination have been integral parts of our steady and diversified growth.
We have created a culture
We have created a culture that promotes Trust and we are extremely proud of that. This culture has produced a team that likes what they are doing and that is why we do what we do so well.
In addition to our large, ground up projects, we accommodate small to modest sized projects for our customers. Whether it’s a simple
Constructify was the first company to develop methods and equipment for the successful deep compaction of soil in the 1930s and has