In its basic form, concrete is a mixture of cement, water, aggregates and other admixtures. This simple recipe varies based on the type and proportion of the ingredients, adapted to the requirements of each project. This produces a wide range of concretes whose characteristics, properties and appearance change depending on project needs.
Standard concrete is commonly used in both the construction industry and civil engineering. We produce an entire range of concrete strength, from 15 to 100 MPa, with and without entrained air. Entrained air increases the concrete’s resistance to freeze-thaw cycles, thus ensuring the durability of structures exposed to harsh climates. It has numerous applications: structural slabs, foundations, paths, driveways, sidewalks, curbs, cast concrete, patios, etc.
At Béton Provincial, we invest significant sums into our research. Our quality control department is continually working to test different types of concrete, with constantly improving properties. Our concrete is increasingly high-performing, both in its strength and durability.