For over 30 years, Enright Asphalt has been providing commercial concrete services to property managers, business owners and HOA throughout Denver. We are committed to providing you with a quality product with unparalleled service. Every commercial concrete project has a unique set of requirements. We work with you to understand your needs and how we can best complete your project with minimal impact on the day-to-day operations of your business.
Our years of experience and dedicated team will deliver you a quality, long-lasting product. To ensure your project meets all zoning and building codes, we will obtain the appropriate permits and ROW if needed. We are fully licensed, insured and bonded.
Concrete Parking Lots
About 90% of all parking lots are paved with asphalt. While there are many advantages to an asphalt parking lot there are times when a concrete parking lot makes more sense. If you anticipate large volumes of heavy equipment, a concrete parking lot might be better. While you can pave a parking lot to be structurally equivalent to concrete, the cost is almost the same as concrete. However, the concrete parking lot will require less maintenance throughout its lifespan.
Concrete Curb & Gutters
Gutters and curbs go hand-in-hand because they are connected and are part of your stormwater removal system. A properly installed curb and gutter system prevents erosion, increases your parking lot's life span, and makes your lot safer by diverting the stormwater sewer or catch basins.
Trash Pads & Loading Docks
Enright Asphalt will install concrete pads that are designed to withstand the heavyweight of trash trucks and semi-trailers. Our team will stall a reinforced concrete pad to match the specifications of the equipment that will be used on the pad.
Steps & Ramps
If your business is looking for a functional and aesthetically pleasing entry, turn to us. We offer multiple options to make your entrance look great and make sure they meet current building codes. The team at Enright Asphalt is trained to ensure that your ramps meet current Federal and Colorado ADA requirements.
Regardless of whether you have an asphalt parking lot or a concrete parking lot, water is the biggest threat to your parking lot. Standing water will accelerate the damage to the surface, weakening the entire pavement structure. A catch basin collects water runoff when there is a heavy storm. The basin will either empty into a retention pond or the city's storm drain.
Why Choose Us?
As a company specializing in commercial concrete, we know what it will takes to provide you with a product that will last. With over 30 years of experience, we developed proven techniques to ensure your project is completed on time and on budget.
Family-owned and operated, we've built a reputation for serving and satisfying customers throughout the state. Our company is licensed, insured and bonded.