In the broadest terms possible, commercial concrete deals in any concrete that is being used to create or improve upon a business facility.
This can include an industrial building, a warehouse, a retail store, or even a restaurant.
The walls, floors, and pavement are just a few of the elements in a building that can include concrete. Even architectural details can feature concrete!
Commercial concrete differs from residential concrete in several ways.
Ultimately, it comes down to the fact that commercial concrete usually has to deal in greater degrees of both performance and durability.
As a result, the concrete mix design has to be stronger. The reinforcement measures may also need to be strengthened. Post-tensioned slab construction is a good example of what we’re talking about.