About Industrial Concrete Construction
Industrial Concrete Atlanta
Are you managing an industrial or commercial project in need of Atlanta industrial concrete construction? Buckhead Paving-Atlanta (678) 540-2345 is your answer. We are a full service paving contractor, able to meet and exceed your concrete construction and other paving needs
Industrial Concrete Construction Standards
Our team is experienced at understanding your blueprints and meeting exact industrial concrete construction specifications and standards on a timely basis. Industrial projects are planned and setup in a step by step manner and we strive to meet our deadlines without sacrificing quality for speed.
Experience matters in commercial and industrial work, and we have a wealth of it on our staff. Apart from quality work, we provide a safe construction environment and always keep client interests at the forefront of our operations. We do not take short-cuts at the expense of our clients. Our projects are a partnership.
Industrial Concrete Operations
From day one of securing information and putting together our free job estimate, Buckhead maintains an orderly and organized set of procedural steps. Upon bid acceptance, we go to work organizing the particulars of your project’s plan, secure materials and equipment required, implement the plan, provide finishing touches, and do more than the required cleanup and follow-up work. It’s all about organization and status updates.
Our industrial concrete project managers stay on top of on-site operations and maintain as much contact as needed with clients. We understand your “need to constantly know.” Everybody reports to somebody up the line. Then again, we will not interrupt your work flow.
If you are or will soon be in need of concrete services, please feel free to contact us immediately at (678) 540-2345. Thank you.
About Stonecrest, Georgia
Stonecrest is a city in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The boundaries of the city generally lie in the far southeastern corner of the county, and a smaller portion just north of Interstate 20. The city borders the existing municipality of Lithonia, as well as Rockdale and Henry counties.
Residents in the area voted in the November 2016 General Election to approve the city. In March 2017, elections were held to elect representatives for five city council districts as well as mayor. Jason Lary, a former insurance executive, concert promoter, and advocate of incorporation was elected the city's first mayor. The City Council members are District 1, Jimmy Clanton, District 2 Rob Turner, District 3 Jazzmin Cobble, District 4 George Turner and District 5 Tammy Grimes. Also the area is represented at the county level by District 5 Commissioner Mereda Davis-Johnson and Super District 7 Commissioner Lorraine Cochran- Johnson.
The area is home to the Mall at Stonecrest, for which it is named, as well as the Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve, Flat Rock Archives, and Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area.
The city had voted a plan to deannex 345 acres of its territory so that the Georgia Legislature could create a new city, to be called Amazon, Georgia, if Stonecrest had been selected to host Amazon's new corporate headquarters, a project which would result in billions of dollars of investment and the creation of 50,000 jobs, a number equal to the estimated population of Stonecrest.
Jason Lary, the former Mayor of Stonecrest pleaded guilty in federal court to stealing COVID-19 relief funds that were supposed to go to struggling businesses. Jason Lary, whose resignation went into effect at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan.5, 2022, pleaded guilty to three counts involving wire fraud, theft of government funds and conspiracy. Lary agreed that he diverted at least $650,000 in relief money by requiring Stonecrest churches and businesses to kick back a portion of their grant money to companies he controlled.
As of the 2020 United States census, there were 59,194 people, 20,325 households, and 11,759 families residing in the city. Stonecrest in 2019 had a median household income of $49,865 and a median age of 32.9 years. 18.6% of the population live in poverty. The median property value in the city was $111,400. 43.3% of the population owns homes.