Skip Aston founded Michigan Concrete Sawing and Drilling in 1981, after having worked with another concrete cutting company. In the early '80s, as a recession swept the country, money was tight, so whenever Michigan Concrete had a job for which they did not own the equipment, Skip and his staff would go out and buy it. The team at Michigan Concrete had only needed an extra day or two in order to acquire the larger core bit or blade.
With this "go-getter" mindset, growth for Michigan Concrete Sawing and Drilling continued throughout the '80s, as the company added branches in Columbus (1983), Detroit (1986), Dayton/Cincinnati (1988), and Cleveland/Akron (1991). With these additions, Michigan Concrete was able to service the entire state of Ohio as well as Southeast Michigan, Northern Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania, and Eastern Indiana.
In the last 15 years, we at Michigan Concrete have been proactive in our efforts to respond to both the volatile economic climate and the changing construction industry. These efforts have included the following:
Now, Michigan Concrete is transitioning into its next generation of leadership, and we are making every effort to ensure the success of the company for several decades into the future. We take pride in our size and our ability to help our customers. To this end, we are constantly striving to improve our service and grow our company in order to better serve you.
We recognize customers have other options available and will call us only if we meet or exceed their expectations. We believe these expectations are:
We will recognize all employees for their contributions, solicit their input and listen to their concerns and ideas. Our desire is for all employees to take pride in their decision to work at Michigan Concrete Sawing and Drilling.
We will make sure every employee is trained so they are able to recognize and respect potential hazards and know how to deal with them. If an operator has any doubts concerning safety, they are instructed to stop work until they are satisfied no one's safety is in jeopardy.