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Ready-Mix Concrete

Corliss Resources supplies ready-mix concrete for the greater Puget Sound Region. From residential patios to commercial high-rises, Corliss has the tools and expertise to help meet your concrete needs.

Concrete is an incredibly versatile and durable building material that can be used for both structural and decorative purposes in residential or commercial applications.

At Corliss Resources, we offer many different concrete mixes depending on the type of structure being poured, condition of the job site, and specifications imposed by the projects overseeing authorities. From pouring patios to building public works projects, we can offer a concrete product to fit strength requirements as well as aesthetic preferences.

We have employees on staff to help match a concrete product to your project's specific needs. Our sales professionals are available by phone or can visit your job site.

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Note: All results are estimates only. Not responsible for any discrepancies in material based on calculations made with this app.

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Quantity – Measurements are not always precise, especially with large areas that are not machine graded. We recommend ordering a little extra, because coming up short can be costly (small load charges, labor wait times, etc.). A common rule of thumb is to add 4% to 10% to your calculation to account for waste, spillage, over excavation, settlement, spreading of forms, loss of entrained air or other changes in volume. Concrete can be ordered in ½ yard increments.

Strength – Most concrete is ordered with a performance compressive strength at a 28-day measure of a hardened concrete cylinder. We have information on our website for typical application specifications and proper testing procedures. Any slab exposed to freeze-thaw conditions should be a minimum of 4,000 psi with air entrainment.

Slump – Slump is a measure of the consistency or workability of the concrete. Typically, orders and mixture designs are for a 4-inch slump (the measure of the distance a wet concrete cone will fall). It is always best to adjust slump at the plant.

Other Supplies – Do you need aggregates (fill sand, stone or gravel) for the project? If so, check out our aggregates LOCATIONS to supply your needs.

Quantity – Measurements are not always precise, especially with large areas that are not machine graded. We recommend ordering a little extra, because coming up short can be costly (small load charges, labor wait times, etc.). A rule of thumb is to add 4% to 10% to your calculation to account changes in volume. Concrete can be ordered in ½ yard increments.

Strength – Most concrete is ordered with a performance compressive strength at a 28-day measure of a hardened concrete cylinder. We have information on our website for typical application specifications and proper testing procedures. Any slab exposed to freeze-thaw conditions should be a minimum of 4,000 psi with air entrainment.

Slump – Slump is a measure of the consistency or workability of the concrete. Typically, orders and mixture designs are for a 4-inch slump (the measure of the distance a wet concrete cone will fall). It is always best to adjust slump at the plant.

Other Supplies – Do you need aggregates (fill sand, stone or gravel) for the project? If so, check out our aggregates LOCATIONS to supply your needs.

How to Order

Concrete: 253-891-6680, Ext 1      |     Aggregate/Gravel Products: 253-891-6680, Ext 2

Ready to order? Here are a couple steps to take that will ensure that your experience is as smooth as possible. Simply determine the type of material and how much you will need to complete your project and give our sales staff a call/email. If you could use our help in making this determination, please feel free to call us. Our staff can help determine the type and quantity of material you will need. If further assistance is needed, a representative would be happy to come visit your job site.