Kevin Braddell, Founder and President of Abarent Construction Ltd for the past 30 years brings a wealth of experience and innovation to his foundation repair and piling company. Kevin’s focus is to constantly improve the way things are done not only with Abarent but in the industry. Community involvement with various charities and mentorship with several business groups feed his passion to give back to the city that supports Abarent Construction Ltd.
President of Abarent Construction Ltd, Kevin Braddell, and his family have been a sponsor of the Rockin Roll Climb of Hope since it was founded. Over the past few years this Edmonton charity event has raised over $725,000 to support The Cross Cancer Institute. Abarent supports the cause – and so should you!
Craig’s Simpson’s Never Say Never Golf Classic event has been held for over 26 years. Kevin Braddell and Abarent Construction Ltd have been a big part of this Spinal Cord Injury Research Charity for close to 15 years, that helps raise millions of dollars. This is always a fun two day event that has everything from live entertainment to golf.
What is a screw piling? A screw piling is a steel pipe with one or several “Helix/s” attached to it. These piles are then twisted into the ground using a specialized high torque drive head on a machine to stabilize and install them into the ground. Screw Piles can come in various sizes depending on Engineering parameters and site requirements. There are many applications for screw piles from home decks, underpinning, foundation support or industrial uses. Depending on requirements screw piles can be installed in one length or several bolted together. At Abarent, we focus primarily on commercial and industrial applications of screw piling and screw piles. Read on for just a few examples of screw piles and their advantages.
As homeowners, one of the biggest problems that generally don’t get noticed until it’s too late is a foundation repair crack. We’ve found a short, helpful article that should give you a general idea of what to look for when you see a crack in your basement foundation. We’ve found a couple informative blog posts that should give you a primer on identifying foundation repair cracks, and actions you can take to fix this. If you need us ,don’t hesitate! Give us a call.
Read on in these two blog posts : How to recognize a problematic foundation crack and what to do about it & Basement Cracks & Shrinkage.
Abarent provided a 3-page, itemized list of the specific work to be done at each stage of the project, including descriptions of optional issues (incl…Read more
Access to the site was a challenge. Material to be removed and replaced had to be loaded into wheelbarrows and pushed uphill and down. It was an arduo…Read more
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