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Pumping Concrete to New Heights

L&N Concrete Pumping does exactly what our name implies; we pump concrete. When a jobsite poses access issues, when the concrete pour is expansive in size, or when height is a factor, that is when our pumping services play a vital role. No matter the reason, our equipment can effectively get concrete from the ready mix truck to wherever it is needed.

We operate with multiple size concrete pumps and boom lengths; we retain skilled and licensed equipment operators; we place the highest regard on safety; we are ACPA Certified; and we have been in business for over 15 years. The bottom line: L&N Concrete Pumping is the company you want on your jobsite when quality concrete pumping matters.

As an established concrete pumping company our services have been utilized for a wide range of construction projects, including poured walls, ICF walls, footings, building foundations, basements, grain bins, hog barns, bridge decks, and more. Let’s add your project to the list, contact us to schedule your project or to receive answers to your concrete pumping questions.

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Our Footprint

Based in Owatonna, MN, L&N Concrete Pumping works closely with area concrete contractors and general construction companies to assist with proper concrete placement throughout the South Metro, Mankato, Rochester, and surrounding southern Minnesota communities.

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Why L&N Concrete Pumping?

  • ACPA Certified Operators
  • Licensed & Insured
  • Take on Large and Small Jobs
  • Long Boom Pumps up to 140'
  • Safety is a Top Priority

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