Structural Foundations

Kibera Concrete specializes in structural foundations for commercial buildings. With our staff’s 140 years of combined experience doing hospitals, schools, restaurants, churches, retail, and industrial buildings there are few projects we can’t handle. We know what it takes to get your building’s foundation right and ready for a lifetime of use.

Much like the roots of a plant anchor the stem to the ground, a building’s foundation anchors it to the soil. Having a properly designed and constructed foundation is paramount to having a building that will perform for a lifetime.


With multiple parking lots and city street projects completed, we enjoy building quality paving projects that will last for decades. We regularly do work for Love’s Country stores throughout the state and property development companies.

A solid paving project starts from the ground up. With a solid sub-base the pressure exerted on the pavement is transferred uniformly down to the ground below the concrete. This keeps the concrete from cracking and settling over time. And it also allows me to use some of the physics I learned in college.


At Kibera Concrete & Excavation we don’t just move earth; we shape landscapes with precision and efficiency. With years of experience under our belts, we know earthwork like the back of our hands. Our secret? Cutting-edge technology and a team of skilled professionals dedicated to getting the job done right, every time.  Gone are the days of guesswork and estimations. With our state-of-the-art GPS equipment, we bring a new level of accuracy to every project. Time is money, and we understand the importance of efficiency. Equipped with the latest tools and machinery, we tackle projects with speed and agility without compromising on quality. Our streamlined processes and experienced crew mean deadlines are met without a hitch.


Soil stabilization involves the mixing of Lime and cementitious materails (Portland Cement, Fly Ash & CKD) into the existing soil base. Each site requires a unique mix design calculated by a geotechnical engineer who has run tests on soil from the site. During this process the engineer determines what chemical will have the most effective results on the specific soil. Once the chemical is spread and mechanically mixed into the soil it is hydrated and allowed to harden. Once hardened the soil is fine graded and concrete can be placed directly on top of the soil. 


Demolition is often the first thing done on a job site.  Our team is skilled in clearing out the old to make way for the new.