Case Studies

Case Studies

This 1,940 square foot home, built in 1913, was in exceptionally good shape for its age. Most of the foundation was not in need of attention, but there was a small problem...
Much of Northeastern Oklahoma is (or was at some point) covered by wetlands and marshes, where builders must combat soft, malleable soil when setting foundations for commercial...
This building was experiencing variety of different foundation issues: the walls were beginning to separate from the ceiling in some spots as they sank, the slab floor inside...
Built in 1924, this historic home in the heart of Tulsa includes a ~500 square foot unfinished basement area. When the basement walls started to bow inward and cracks began...
The Detroit Tower (formerly owned by AT&T, now the Tulsa headquarters of First Baptist Church) has been a staple of the East Tulsa skyline for almost a century. However,...
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Council House, a designated National Historic Landmark, is a two-story sandstone structure at the center of downtown Okmulgee. The building has...
This single-floor, 1,335 square foot home was built in 1979 and features natural stone walls across the entire exterior. At the time that it was determined foundation lifting...
Built in 1929, this home is located right next door to Oklahoma State University, and therefore has served the last few decades as a rent house for college students. Renovations...
Given that the essential function of a retaining wall is to restrain the movement of earth down a slope, extra care must be taken during the construction process in order...
The outer perimeter of this concrete pool deck was built to sit flush with a surrounding wooden deck area, so when the slabs began to tilt and sink, it was not only painfully...
Unlike most of the work Bedlam Concrete Lifting performs, this particular project was a preemptive measure on a new construction. The homeowners were in the midst of installing...
The Brown family farmhouse is a ranch-style home with a basement that has been in the family for three generations. Over the home's long life, foundation settling caused cracking...
Pressure grouting driveways is usually fairly straightforward, but this particular driveway presented a unique set of obstacles, the first of which being its shear size -...
Top Golf is known across the country for their multi-level driving ranges. Their facilities, as one might expect, are massive, heavy structures, and as such can be susceptible...
This job was unique in that it was not a repair project, but rather a step in the initial construction process. Bedlam Concrete Lifting was contracted to install a system...
Total Case Studies: 16

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We serve the following areas

  • Adair
  • Afton
  • Avant
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  • Big Cabin
  • Bixby
  • Bluejacket
  • Boynton
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  • Collinsville
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  • Kansas
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  • Langley
  • Lenapah
  • Leonard
  • Locust Grove
  • Marble City
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  • Moffett
  • Moodys
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  • Muldrow
  • Muskogee
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  • Nowata
  • Oaks
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  • Okay
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  • Owasso
  • Park Hill
  • Peggs
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  • Roland
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  • Talala
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  • Vera
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Bedlam Concrete Lifting
1199 N Amanda Lane
Stillwater, OK 74075
1-580-701-6825