Recently Repaired Concrete Pavement Vandalised in Virginia Friday 6 February 2015 PDF Print we’re trying to get Danville looking better Graffiti was found on a pavement in Danville, Virginia shortly after concrete had been poured on by contractor Quality Construction, Swiftec Group, providers of temporary construction protection, respond to the news. Quality Construction will have to plough more money into replacing the concrete sidewalk on South Union Street after most parts of it were vandalised. The contractor is responsible for watching the site throughout the construction process. Two sections of the concrete had “YO TEMPLE KIDS” spelt out with skateboard tracks also noticeable. A senior member of the Quality Construction team said they it would cost them a substantial figure to repair the concrete. Therefore, they would be encouraging the authorities to find the vandals and punish them accordingly. Shane Brackin, project manager for Quality Construction said: “If the vandalism is deep enough — and I’ve heard there are some here that are — we have to replace the whole section. Surface damage can sometimes be corrected. “It’s sad because we’re trying to get Danville looking better and be a place for people to enjoy. This type of thing, it’s a cost to us; it’s no extra cost to the city.” As well as watching over the construction process, the company are tasked with tearing up the concrete, pouring new concrete on the sidewalk and also cleaning the mess from these jobs. A spokesperson for Swiftec Group, who provide surface protection on construction sites for floors, doors and windows, responded to the news. They said: “This must be very frustrating for the company, having only recently repaired the surface in Virginia. It proves the importance of keeping a close eye on every stage of development, even when you think that the job is completed. “At Swiftec our workers are dedicated to ensuring surfaces remain in fantastic condition after projects on a large or small scale. Whatever the task our workforce are professional throughout in ensuring surfaces remain fully protected.” Swiftec Group provides temporary protection for every stage of construction on a range of surfaces throughout the UK and does this in an environmentally friendly manner. With over 35 years’ of experience they are committed to ensuring the quality of surfaces remain in an excellent standard for companies who call on their assistance. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Swiftec Group in the following categories: Business & Finance, Public Sector, Third Sector & Legal, Construction & Property, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.