Industry Links

Concrete Pump Repair

World Class Repairs, World Class Pumps. Concrete Pump Repair provides world class repairs, rebuilding and repainting of world class Schwing concrete pumps. Our relationship with the Schwing factory means our service is as close to OEM quality as possible. In fact, many of our employees were trained at the Schwing factory in White Bear, Minnesota just minutes south of our location in North Branch.

In our over 20 years of operation we have seen just about every model and type of Schwing concrete pump so when you bring us your repair or rebuilding project, our experienced staff performs the work better…and faster for ultimate cost savings.

The same thoroughness applies to a used pump purchased from our extensive inventory. Buy it “As-Is” and your concrete pump benefits from a boom inspection and general overview. Tell us what you want refurbished and we can do it or buy a warranted used pump that has been reconditioned and, in some cases, retrucked.

American Concrete Pumping Association

Our purpose is to provide education, insurance, marketing, and much more to companies involved with the concrete pumping industry. Our dedication to the concrete pumping industry has led us to become a key part in the education of safety and business management to everyone involved, from the operators to
the management.

The Concrete Pump Manufacturers Association

To formalize the guideline for the design, manufacture, testing, safe use, inspection and maintenance of concrete pumps for the North American market.

American Shotcrete Association

The American Shotcrete Association is a non-profit organization of contractors, manufacturers, engineers, owners, and others with a common interest in promoting the use of shotcrete. Formed in March, 1998, the first Board of Directors was elected in October of that year.

The Vision of the American Shotcrete Association is “that the shotcrete process be understood and used in every beneficial application”.

The Mission of the ASA is “to encourage and promote the safe and beneficial use of the shotcrete process”.

Concrete Foundations Association

The CFA has members in 26 states and Canada. Members consist primarily of foundation contractors with firm sizes ranging from six to over 100 employees. Member firms construct anywhere from twelve to 1,200 basements annually.

American Society of Concrete Contractors

The American Society of Concrete Contractors was formed by and for concrete contractors and others who provide services and goods to the industry. It is a powerful organization of contractors who share the same goals – to improve their businesses and their roles as contractors. Members include contracting firms, manufacturers, suppliers, designers and other professionals. There are over 500 member companies in the U.S. and abroad.

National Ready Mixed Concrete Association

NRMCA supports the continued expansion and improvement of the ready mixed concrete industry through leadership, advocacy, professional development, promotion and partnering.

Associated General Contractors of America

Located in the Metropolitan Washington, DC area, The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the leading association for the construction industry. Operating in partnership with its nationwide network of 95 chartered Chapters, AGC provides a full range of services satisfying the needs and concerns of its members, thereby improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest.

Portland Cement Association

Founded in 1916, the Portland Cement Association represents cement companies in the United States and Canada. It conducts market development, engineering, research, education, and public affairs programs.

Concrete Pumping Association of Canada

The Concrete Pumping Association of Canada was founded in 2009 to assist in the education of the public and the industry on high quality, safe concrete pumping.