Superstructure Concrete

Island Foundations Corporation has been building concrete infrastructure throughout the five boroughs and northern New Jersey since 1994.


Superstructure concrete is a specialized cement construction service to deploy cement floors in multi-story buildings. It involves the forming, scaffolding if steel decking is not available, rebar installation, pouring, leveling, curing, de-framing and polishing of cement floors. Concrete can be pumped to the pour site as in the Five World Trade Center project or batched in crane-lifted bins and transferred in small carriers as in the Port Authority Bus Terminal project.


Island Foundations Corporation is experienced in superstructure projects which could involve architectural concrete as well.