King Architectural Concrete and Construction

Giving back never felt so good.  Reinvesting in the future and giving back to a place that gave so much to me and my future.  


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Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015

Creator of concrete seal donates money back to UWRF

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Alumnus Nolan King was back on campus recently to donate money he was paid to create the university seal in front of South Hall back to the university.  King, owner of  King Architectural Concrete & Construction, created the etched concrete seal in August 2012. Photo by Kathy M Helgeson.

Editors Choice in CONCRETE DECOR!

We are proud to be featured in the September issue of concrete DECOR magazine.  Here is a snippet from our interview, "On top of my engineering degree I also studied art," he says, "and concrete was more of an art form than the framing process. I enjoyed the ability to manipulate the concrete surface and create different stone textures. It just opened up a new world of being creative in my work."  Read more about us here!
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Steel Car Port

Steel Car Port
Steel Car Port adds a unique twist to a traditional city block.  To view more images of this custom project, visit our Facebook album.
 We were excited when the University of River Falls Wisconsin asked us to transpose the UWRF seal onto a 30 foot diameter concrete sidewalk. We used stone textured mats to emboss the surface along with saw cutting and acid staining, to develop the Universities logo. The University was extremely happy with it, and we thought it turned out great. What a fun project!

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               photo courtesy of UWRF.edu

Concrete art with a purpose

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This privacy wall was created to be a part of the beautiful landscape rather than just a wall to create privacy. It's function is served and it's unique beauty stands out as a part of the surrounding landscape.

To view more 'work in progress' photos visit our Facebook page.








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Work Featured in Wisconsin State Journal


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A custom concrete snake we created for the Juno building at the new Epic Healthcare Systems Central Park campus near Madison, WI was recently featured in an article published by Wisconsin State Journal. You can read more about the expansion at Epic here.

The snake is stained in colors reminiscent of the Southwestern U.S., and can double as place to sit.

We've used many concrete companies in the past. King shines above the others by far.  

- Anne Zezza, Valley Pools & Spas

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