Public Works Concrete Contractor

Public Works Concrete Contractor

Vince, the owner of VSP Concrete, is a local concrete contractor. From 1990 to 2002, he was employed by Fortune 500 Companies that constructed wastewater and water treatment facilities. These projects were multi-million dollar projects from Southern to Northern California and Nevada. The projects included structural concrete such as water tanks, water filters, clarifiers, decks and site work. 

From 2002 to 2005, Vince worked on the Diamond Valley Reservoir Project by Metropolitan Water District, which was a world-class civil works project. Vince worked on the 270 foot, 9 story Inlet – Outlet Structure, the Canal connection off of the San Diego canal, the half-mile long Forebay with approximately 1000 concrete placements and the tunnel that was constructed inside the north end of the west dam to help monitor leaks. His crew constructed multiple on-site miscellaneous structures. 

Vince started VSP Concrete in 2005; he constructed electrical pads for new transformers at three historical pump stations in the Southern California desert area for Metropolitan Water District. VSP Concrete was contracted with Kewitt, DBA Western Summit, to place and finish miscellaneous concrete work owned by Metropolitan and Eastern Water Districts. 

VSP Concrete currently works for some of the Southern California local school districts such as Murrieta Valley and Valle Verde Unified School Districts. The scope of work includes repairing damaged concrete, constructing sitting and planter walls, constructing new concrete flatwork, repairing pool decks.