Tarmac Florida Inc.

By: Bubbajunk.com

The Tarmac Florida company was formed in 1903 when Mr. E. Purnell Hooley, the county surveyor of Nottingham, England, obtained a British patent for a revolutionary new road surfacing material made of slag and tar and named it Tarmac. From there the Tarmac brand has become known the world over. In 2000, the U.S operations of Tarmac were acquired by Titan America. Today Tarmac employs more than 700 people throughout Florida at its ready-mixed concrete, concrete block and sand & transportation facilities. The companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s customers operate in all sectors of the construction industry, including specifiers, contractors, developers, municipalities, military, and homebuilders.

Customer satisfaction begins with rigid adherence to quality control. Their ready-mixed concrete, block and sand are all manufactured with the most technically advanced equipment available. Attention is paid to the smallest detail. The company believes that quality-minded people create quality products. The concern for quality is matched by their devotion to service. Tarmac sales representatives spend countless hours on job sites, ensuring that production and delivery meet or exceed buyer expectations. The company administrative and support departments continually focus on customer needs. In Tarmac's Product Lines area has some innovative tools for the consumer.

Tarmac offers a full line of Value Added Products. In special applications, these products are designed to enhance the performance of the concrete. Many of these products offer ultimate cost savings to the customer. Fibers, Admixtures Including Retarders, Accelerators, Mid Range Water Reducers, High Range Water Reducers, Silica Fume, Corrosion Inhibiting Admixtures.

Tarmac is one of the nation's largest producers of concrete block. Tarmac block can be found in all types of construction projects from homes to schools, factories to office buildings. Tarmac strives to be the contractor's one stop source for masonry supplies. The company has a full line of masonry accessories such as masonry and Portland cements, grout, sand, reinforcing wire, foundation anchors and straps, glass block, lintels, sills, vents and much more. Tarmac produces many types of concrete mixes that are designed for very specific applications. These applications may be architectural designs, environmental requirements, unique structural needs, just to mention a few such as Pervious Concrete, Flow able Fill, Flowing Concrete (high slump), Exposed Aggregate Concrete, Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Colored Concrete, Lightweight Concrete, Underwater (anti-washout) Concrete.

The companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s goal is to provide superior products, delivered on time backed by strong customer service. Technical support for masonry construction and design considerations is also offered.