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Storm Water Drainage Control

Storm Water Drains are a necessity in almost all areas to direct the water to the proper drainage area. There are numerous types of drainage systems and PSI can do them all. From storm water drains, surface drains, trench drains, retention drains, precast MSD inlets and more…

Retention Drain

Retention Drain

Surface Drain

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surface drain - before

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surface drain - after

Surface Drain

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Surface drain

Trench Drain

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trench drain

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trench drain

Curb Inlet

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curb inlet - old

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Curb inlet - new

Great Southern Bank – New Concrete Approach

The Great Southern Bank in St. Charles , Missouri requested a complete tear out and replace of their concrete approach off Muegge road. At the same time, the building inspector from St. Charles Mo. requested that the sidewalks leading into the approach be upgraded to meet the American Disability Act (ADA) specification.

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Trench Drain Installation in Parking Lot

This commercial property drainage system was in plastic and undersized to handle the amount of water it was supposed to carry. Because of heavy traffic, the drain was also crushed in several areas. PSI saw cut the concrete, removed  concrete/gravel and old drainage system and replaced it with a commercial grade drainage system in concrete with 12" cast iron grates. Built to Last!

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Parking Lot Replacement

The City of Creve Coeur Fire Department badly need to replace their deteriorated parking lot. The fire chief wanted the area to be stronger to withstand the weight of the newer firetrucks.  PSI tore out the old area, regraded, compacted area, set in 1/2" re bar on 2' centers and poured 12" thick concrete, scored/grooved and finished to specification. 

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Industrial Down Draft Paint Booths and Flooring

This automotive customer wanted to install several down draft paint booths during the new construction of their building. The ground excavation, framing of the pits and tunnels went very well. Next, PSI poured and finished the concrete for the down draft paint booths. Flooring is next and then PSI turns it over to the general contractor. 

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Concrete Slab Replacement for all 30 Dock Doors

This project included the tear out and replacement of all concrete sections in front of 30 dock doors. The customer requested thicker slabs with a higher psi yield strength for longer life. The schedule of replacement was coordinated with the shipping manager to minimize truck traffic and the loading and unloading of trucks.

North County Church

The advisers for the church had several objectives to  to fulfill for the parishioners. The concrete sections were broken, water stood in areas, sidewalks were small, water leaked into the building and the steps from the parking lot were unsafe.  PSI took all these problems into account when tear out and regrading the area. Now the parishioners have a properly graded areas,  drain pipes installed from roof gutters to storm sewers, larger concrete areas for better access into building and wide steps from parking lot with proper handrails.  

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St. Charles Public School

The school districts objective was to replace the deteriorated sidewalks around the school building. PSI started by removing the cracked asphalt adjacent to the building and tore out the uneven sidewalks. For water shed, the grounds were regraded away from the building. New wider concrete sidewalks were installed to handle more students and faculty. As you can see, all jobs are back-filled, fertilized, seeded and covered with straw.

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