Can someone suggest a good concrete contractor in Seattle that could install a sports court?

  • August 21 2010 - Seattle
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Hi Ken,
I would give Ron Bryant of Bryant Concrete a call. I have not had the pleasure of using his service yet but I have received a couple bids from him. We would have used his service if my clients had bought the home but the home eventually didn't work for my clients. He is a really nice gentleman and he has received good reviews from everyone that has used him in the past. I would at least entertain a bid from him.
Bryant Concrete - (206) 933-7836

Let me know if you have any questions and good luck.
Jeff
  • August 23 2010
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Ken,
Make sure to hang the basketball hoop at 8 feet so I can dunk. Er, maybe 7 feet might be a little safer.
  • August 23 2010
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Trevor King 206-550-4344
Emil's Concrete 425-885-1216

There are also specialty contractors who will do the whole thing: export/import fill, grade, install bases for equipment, pour (not necessarily concrete), seal, stripe, fence, etc.  I'd talk to some of the larger landscape firms, ie. Berger.
  • August 21 2010
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Ken,

I find that Yelp is the best resource for that.

Best,
David Anderton
  • August 21 2010
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