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Trip Hazard

Removal Specialists

Our Services

Our Services

Precision Concrete specializes in removing trip hazards from sidewalks and access ramps. As defined by the Federal Register of the United States Department of Justice, a trip hazard is any change in level over 1/4 of an inch (6mm) on a walkway. These trip hazards are typically caused by heaving, ground settling and underlying roots from trees. They are most commonly found on sidewalks at joints or cracks, and each of them represents a liability to city governments, property owners, and corporations according to the ADA.

Patented Technology

Our service is unique because we use a patented technology that removes hazardous offsets in a precise and smooth cut.


Many of our repairs can be completed in minutes, reducing your cost and liability exposure on your property.

Trip Hazard Removal

Cities in our region, after initiating an ongoing sidewalk management program with our company, have reduced liability related to trip and falls while improving walkability.

Customers who have implemented our services saved significant costs on repairs while reducing trip and fall claims.


Precision Concrete Difference

Traditional concrete grinders and scrabblers are unable to reach all edges of the sidewalk or grind each concrete section to be level with the next, so the trip hazard - and the liability - often remains. These grinding methods also damage the concrete leaving an unattractive ragged finish on both panels. Sidewalk replacement is costly, disruptive, and time-consuming.

The Precision Concrete approach can reach the edges of every sidewalk and remove trip hazards from virtually any angle and at any location during any season. The technique eliminates trip hazards caused by cracked or uneven concrete, even if they are located in hard-to-reach places like gutters or walls. Our method takes very little time, providing few inconveniences to people using the walkway.


Eliminate tripping.

Eliminate liability.


The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 defines a ‘trip hazard’ as any change in level over 1/4 inch at any joint or crack.  Since the ADA demands strict compliance, trip hazards represent a legal liability to our clients.

ADA Compliance



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Mark Bonkowski

Precision Concrete, Inc.

Holland, Michigan

Tel:  (616) 403-1140

Fax: (616) 582-5951


Precision Concrete, Inc.

Corporate Offices

Administration, Sales and Michigan Operations
Holland / Zeeland, Michigan


Satellite Office

Sales: Indiana, Central Illinois & St Louis Territory Operations
Westfield, Indiana


Equal Opportunity Employer

The employment policies and practices of the Precision Concrete, Inc. are to recruit, hire, and treat employees without discrimination because of a person's race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, or disability.  Our company is committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunity with respect to hiring, termination, compensation, advancement, upgrading and promotion, and transfer.


This company seeks to ensure compliance with the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, as amended, the Federal Highway Ace 1968, the Executive Order 11246, and 11375, the Indiana Civil Rights Act, Chapter 581 of Consolidation City of Indianapolis and Marion County Revised Code, and other Federal and State Law Regulations pertaining to Equality of Opportunity and Affirmative Action Policies.


Our company is committed to leadership within the community, and to put forth maximum efforts to achieve full employment and utilization of capabilities and productivity of all qualified individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, United States military service veteran status, or disability.


The company further recognizes that the effective application of a policy or Equal Employment Opportunity involves more than just a policy statement, and is commited to the promotion of Affirmative Action.

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