Job Site Concrete Tampa, Florida - Concrete Pumping
For Concrete Pumping in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater or
Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco call Job Site Concrete.  
Excellent Service with Competitive Pricing
Concrete Pumping is very efficient and a reliable means of placing concrete, which
makes it a very economical method as well and in today’s economy, the more
economical, the better.
Sometimes, a pump is the only way to place concrete.  Certain locations, such as a
high rise building, or large slabs where the concrete truck cant reach.
Other times, the ease and speed of pumping concrete makes it the most
economical method of concrete placement.
Whatever your needs, Job Site Concrete can assist you, whether your in
Hillsborough, Pinellas or Pasco County.  We have been proudly
serving the area
since 1979.  

Our mission is to provide quality service at affordable prices.  If you would like more
information, please give us a call or contact us by
clicking here.   To Schedule a
delivery, you may
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For Contractor pricing please call us today or
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METERED CONCRETE MIXED ON THE JOB
PAY ONLY FOR WHAT YOU USE
Serving Tampa Bay Since 1979
(813) 876-4204    (813) 833-2748  (727) 953-9867
Job Site Concrete

TAMPA LOCATION
4419 W. South Avenue
Tampa, FL
 33614
(813) 876-4204
(813) 833-2748 Cell
(813) 514-0878 Fax

LARGO LOCATION
13650 66th St.
Largo, FL  33771
(727) 953-9867
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Quick Concrete Facts
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Q.  How is Concrete Mixed?

A.
 The quality of concrete is
determined by the quality of
the paste. The strength of
the paste depends on the
ratio of water to cement.
The water-cement ratio is
the weight of the mixing
water divided by the weight
of the cement. High-quality
concrete is produced by
lowering the water-cement
ratio as much as possible
without sacrificing the
workability of fresh concrete.
Generally speaking, if you
use less water, you will
produce a higher quality,
stronger concrete, provided
the concrete is properly
placed, consolidated and
cured.