Procon crew places concrete in the foundation forms.
A Procon crew member works on the concrete footings.
Finishing the foundation slab at the White Sulphur Springs project.
This year, the Concrete Foundations Association (CFA) recognized one honorable mention project in the 2012 Project of the Year Awards. The honorable mention went to a project named White Sulphur Springs submitted and built by Procon, Inc. of Rocky Mount, Va.
The foundation for this 9,065-square-foot home in White Sulphur Springs, W.V., consisted of 1,464 lineal feet of wall ranging in height from 2 feet high to 17 feet high with footings as wide as 8 feet 6 inches. Concrete totaled 862 cubic yards for the footings and walls. More than 66 tons of rebar was used in this very impressive project.