Concrete is by far, the most common type of material that is used for foundation work. Concrete resists decay, moisture and corrosion from acids.  Concrete not only has a great compressive strength, but it is also easy to handle in form to fit the specific needs of the construction project.


Raleigh, N.C. — A former Camp Lejuene Marine who lost his leg after a blast from an improvised explosive device broke ground in Fuquay-Varina Thursday morning on a new home where he and his wife plan to put down strong roots.


Cpl. Ryan Wightman, 24, was gravely injured in May 2012 while trying to help a fallen Marine in the Helmand province of Afghanistan. After two years of multiple surgeries to try to save his lower leg, doctors removed it September.


After a long, painful recovery, he described Thursday's ceremony as "surreal."


"It's amazing," he said. "I can't believe this is happening. It's huge."


He and his wife, Melissa, are both from Orange, Park, Fla., but said they wanted to live in the Raleigh area because of its beauty and the people being so friendly.

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Wounded Veterans

We at E&M Concrete are honored to be a part of Operation Coming Home and providing the Concrete for  such A great cause.  Click on picture too the left too watch video and learn more about this story, Local businesses giving back to our Wounded Veterans in N.C.

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     Some of our latest Projects 2014

     Some of our latest Projects 2014