|Headline:||Carson Concrete, based in Boothwyn, Pennsylvania, a Delaware County town southwest of Philadelphia, has been a pioneer in the concrete construction industry for 35 years.|
|Description:||Carson Concrete, based in Boothwyn, Pennsylvania, a Delaware County town southwest of Philadelphia, has been a pioneer in the concrete construction industry for 35 years. Founder Anthony Samango diligently developed the company into a leading competitor in the construction of high-rise structures and has since introduced his son Anthony Samango III as Vice President. Responsible for the completion of more than 800 construction projects, Carson Concrete has contributed several significant landmarks to the Philadelphia community.|
Anthony Samango built the company on a foundational belief that construction projects would be more streamlined without the use of subcontractors. The company performs all of the work that is needed to place concrete, including the layout required for structural planning; setting the reinforcing steel and post tension cables; and setting all formwork, including self climbing and flying forms. Additionally, Carson Concrete owns all of its own equipment such as cranes, and concrete pumps. With three decades of reliable concrete structures listed in the company's project portfolio, Anthony Samango’s business philosophy has proven to be successful and has allowed the company to grow along with the increasing demands of the construction industry.
Carson Concrete is responsible for having constructed numerous metropolitan landmarks vital to Philadelphia. Liberty One is unmistakable in the Philadelphia skyline, and Liberty One stands as the second tallest structure downtown. The 22-acre Citizens Bank Park is home to the beloved Philadelphia Phillies baseball team, and Franklin Mills Mall houses 200 stores, a movie theatre, and a dozen restaurants. Carson Concrete has also built many of the hotels in the Philadelphia area and has recently completed work for Drexel University, Temple University, and the University of Pennsylvania.