As a pervious concrete supplier, and like many businesses who are going green, Razorback Concrete is providing this innovative, low-impact, environmentally friendly product.
With over 48 years in the concrete industry, Razorback Concrete has amassed an impressively long history of offering innovative and high-tech ready-mix concrete products. With many individuals, organizations, and businesses focusing on the environment and sustainability, it is only natural that as a pervious concrete supplier, we offer this low-impact, environmentally friendly product.
Pervious concrete is known by many names, such as porous or permeable pavement. But regardless of what you call it, this is an exciting innovation in sustainable construction. One reason that builders are using pervious concrete is because of its ability to protect water quality. While it may sound odd that a type of concrete can help with water quality, the science is solid, and that is one thing that makes the use of pervious concrete so exciting.Read More
As you plan your next concrete project, your concrete provider should be a major consideration. The quality of concrete used is often just as important as what you want to do with it. A top ready mix concrete company will generally have a higher caliber product; additionally, these businesses offer better service and greater selection. You likely will want to choose the company that is already known as a qualified authority in the concrete industry, which Razorback Concrete, a leading ready mix concrete company, is.Read More
On March 16, 2013 the Irish Cultural Society of Arkansas organized the 14th Annual 2013 Rock to North Little Rock St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Razorback Concrete along with our vice president, Senator Keith Ingram, participated in the event which benefited the Arkansas Rice Depot.
The Irish Cultural Society asked all Parade participants and spectators to bring at least one canned good or non-perishable food item to the parade. Volunteers from the Arkansas Rice Depot collected the food donations as they walked the Parade route to be distributed to over 300 pantries in all 75 counties in Arkansas – the only statewide food bank network.Read More