Lovell Construction Co. Inc. is located in San Antonio,Texas. It was established and registered with the state of Texas as a corporation in 1979 by Placido “PJ” and Norma Lozano. With three generations working in our office, our team brings extensive construction background to deliver exceptional residential and
commercial construction services in San Antonio and surrounding areas.
COMMERCIAL CONCRETE CONTRACTOR
3RD GENERATION CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
A 3rd generation construction company with 35+ years of experience, Lovell Construction Co. Inc. offers construction services for the city of San Antonio, Texas and surrounding areas. We handle both commerical and residential construction projects. Our concrete and construction services include:
Concrete flatwork, put simply is a poured concrete surface along a horizontal plane. Concrete flatwork includes:
CMU / Retaining Walls
Standard blocks (CMU) offer great reinforcement for the following retaining walls:
Split face retaining walls
Interlocking retaining walls
Concrete retaining walls
We offer a full asphalt solution which includes asphalt paving (or patch), sealcoat, and striping.
Want a patio, driveway, or hardscape made of pavers? Let us handle your paver project for materials such as:
Need a large open floor space for employees, equipment, and vehicles? Let us handle and customize your steel building project to fit your business needs.
WORK & PROJECTS
Take a look at our completed construction projects that range from concrete sidewalks, concrete curbs, ADA ramps, asphalt paving, brick pavers, concrete retaining walls, decorative concrete, etc.
OUR CONSTRUCTION REVIEWS
Take a look at our latest and greatest construction projects via our construction blog.
Which is better? Concrete or Asphalt Driveways The driveway is an extension of your house. You want it to be beautiful but it needs to be functional as well. Choosing between asphalt or concrete comes down to price, aesthetics, durability, and maintenance. Both treatments have their pros and cons so it’s up to you to decide what’s more important. Let’s Start Off With The Price Tag If you decide by price alone in the beginning, it may come back to bite you in the end. Asphalt is the more inexpensive route but it doesn’t last as long as concrete. An asphalt driveway can last up to 30 years whereas a concrete driveway can last up to 40 years or more. Both driveway mediums need to be sealed but asphalt will need to be resealed every 3 to 5 years. A concrete driveway needs to be resealed every 5 to 10 years; it all depends on the kind of sealant that’s used. Also before asphalt or concrete can be poured, you have to take [...]
Lovell Construction Co. Inc. Our team at Lovell Construction was called in to pour a new sidewalk. We started by grading the land so we would have a leveled area to work with. We then needed to frame the section where we would be pouring concrete. The frame is created by placing wood around the perimeter of the pour. It shapes the sidewalk and prevents concrete from spilling over. The metal grid you see within the frame is rebar. Rebar (Reinforcing Bar) will strengthen the sidewalk, prevent large cracks, and extend the life of the sidewalk. We had to cut and shape the rebar to fit our needs where the sidewalk curves. All of these steps and preparations need to be taken care of before the cement truck arrives; you won’t have time to do it once the pouring starts. Stopping the pour can lead to part of it drying out before the rest is poured. This leads to layers of concrete instead of one solid slab; layers will weaken the sidewalk. [...]