Posted in Somero News on April 07, 2014 by Marci Markwart
Somero Enterprises® is pleased to announce the winner of the IPad Mini for participating in our recent Website Survey. Congratulations to Bobby Jones of Goodman Concrete Co. in Kinston, North Carolina.
Thank you to all that participated and providing Somero with valuable feedback on our website functionality.
Posted in Somero News on April 04, 2014 by Marci Markwart
The American Concrete Institute honors the founder of Somero Enterprises, Inc. ®
“The single most valuable addition to the concrete flatwork contractor’s equipment fleet over the past 25 years has been the Somero Laser Screed”. Bill Palmer, Editor in Chief, Concrete Construction Magazine, April 2, 2014
Posted in Somero News on January 18, 2014 by Marci Markwart
Somero Enterprises® is pleased to announce the promotion of Lance Holbrook to Vice President of International Sales. Lance has over 20 years of experience in the concrete construction industry in both sales and management roles.
“Lance has been with Somero for over 13 years and has eagerly accepted every challenge and has excelled in each position he has held,” said Somero CEO Jack Cooney. “He is a very hard working and talented person who I am confident will be very successful in his new responsibilities.”
Posted in Somero News on August 09, 2013 by Marci Markwart
Somero Enterprises® announces the launch of a New Sales Center Feature to www.somero.com.
The new Sales Center pages and design reflects Somero’s mission to provide their current and potential clients everything they need to become successful concrete floor contractors.
Posted in Somero News on July 15, 2013 by Marci Markwart
Chaney Enterprises puts Somero Enterprises® S-840 to the test in constructing Founders Building Parking Lot in Gambrills, MD.
In a recent article, Chaney Enterprises tells how the S-840 was used, "The placement was done with a Somero S-840 ride-on laser screed. This dramatically decreased construction time. The finishing was quick and simple. After screeding, all that was involved was an initial bull float, a medium broom finish, a cure and seal application and then the joints where saw cut. Not only does it save money, but less finishing of the concrete, including the elimination of troweling,actually improves the quality and durability of the concrete. The 15,000 square foot parking lot was finished in well under a day, displaying just how quick concrete construction can be when good design and placement techniques are used."