"Everyone comments on how much they love our new stairs. I especially like the fact that the landing is one solid 6-foot wide piece of granite ... No water can get in through any joints as it did with our old brick stairs. Working with Richie and Steve was a breeze, and everyone we met at Shea Concrete Products was extremely professional, knowledgeable, and friendly. I have no reservations in recommending Shea Concrete Products and will do so if I hear of anyone looking to have their home stairs replaced. My experience was five star!"
Ralph Chloodian (Homeowner)
We had stairs installed Wednesday (September 16, 2020) in Londonderry, NH. The driver/installer was exemplary. We wanted to send a note to your company recognizing his wonderful service and friendly manner. Thank you.
Bob Breithaupt (Homeowner)
Just want to say thank you to Shea Concrete Products and Rich Walsh for the installation of our new front steps. This was a very easy process as I initially contacted Shea Concrete through their website and two days later Rich reached out to me. He came to the house, measured the old steps, and left a quote. The great price included installation and removal of our old precast steps. I asked if he could give us a day in between removal of our existing stairs and installation of the new set to replace some fascia boards and it was not an issue. Again, thank you to Shea Concrete Products for making this a very easy process! The new steps are beautiful and I will definitely be recommending Shea Concrete to my friends and family.
Jim Parshley (Homeowner – Massachusetts)
"For me, it's a pleasure to participate in Shea Concrete Products Technical Engineering Seminars. It's been a huge success in providing educational programs and an integral part of professional development with the added benefit of providing a collaborative environment to share ideas and concerns on topics related to the precast concrete industry."
Brian Barry (Technical Service Engineer – LafargeHolcim)
"Regarding the 2/05/2020 seminar at Shea Concrete’s Amesbury facility, Shea did a great job facilitating and generously providing the room, food and beverages throughout the day. It’s not easy to open the doors of a working manufacturing business for 85 or so guests. The speakers were all knowledgeable in their fields, and thanks to them for taking time from their work. Jim Gove is highly qualified as a soil scientist and wetland delineator. Jim covered lots of ground for USDA-SCS based soil description and keys for estimation of soil water content. Given the time allowed, this is a good overview of topics usually requiring at least a college semester supplemented by many years field experience. The presentation on FOG was engaging and informative. Mr. Lombardi’s experience is geared to large, city/regional scale wastewater collection and treatment systems, but there was enough crossover information about grease accumulation downstream of traps to readily apply intervention principles for smaller scale, onsite wastewater systems. Brian Barry is obviously a well qualified speaker on concrete manufacturing. His presentation is informative, but he stopped short, perhaps by time constraints, by truncating admixture comments at pozzolans (silica fume, fly ash, etc.) and air entrainment. I suggest giving some time for discussion of mid and high range water reducers which increase workability and still provide for low w/c ratios and reduced added job site water. Brian brings comprehensive knowledge of concrete related topics. The facility tour is quite impressive. It is fun and informative to look at on-going work and the obvious acquired efficiency of delivering high quality concrete products. Thanks again to you, Greg and other staff at Shea Precast for hosting the event."
Jack Kareckas ("Construction Inspector" with CMA Engineers, Inc. headquartered in Portsmouth, NH)
"I attended a day-long seminar at Shea Concrete Products in Amesbury, MA and was very impressed. I learned it was a 3rd generation family run business and you could tell the people there cared. The President was very much a part of the day and guided us through a plant tour after morning technical presentations. The presentations were informative and well structured, not to mention a delicious catered lunch."
Randy Burley (Tewksbury, MA DPW/Engineering Division)
“For a group of 40 +/- attendees, your facility made the time go by fast and efficiently. Introductions, speakers and morning presentations, the manufacturing plant tour with observations of precast production, lunch waiting upon returning from the tour, afternoon speakers and presentations, and wrap-up of the seminar. There was no wasted time. Well done! Presentations were connected to the precast concrete industry and the NPCA Precast Days initiative. Details in testing reminded me of performing entrained air, slump, and cylinders tests; it brought me back! I am looking forward to attending future seminars”
Mark Morrill (Retired NHDOT “District 3” District Engineer)
“Knowledge transfer is key in any industry, and the onsite wastewater industry in particular is growing and changing. Engaging in an open forum where end users are among peers and have the opportunity to speak directly with the precaster as well as see first-hand how precast concrete tanks are manufactured is invaluable. Shea Concrete Products did a fantastic job putting on a top-notch continuing education program everyone can benefit from.”
Kayla Hanson (Dir. of Technical Services – National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA)
“The seminar at Shea Concrete Products in Amesbury, MA was well run. The speakers kept to their allotted times, were very knowledgeable, and presented their topics well! The plant tour itself was very informative, interesting, and answered a few questions I had about precast concrete!”
Larry Maznek (Owner – Maznek Septic Service, LLC)