Shotcrete Contractors, Inc.

Shotcrete and Gunite Web Design

Shotcrete Contractors, Inc. Animated Web Design

About the Design

Shotcrete Contractors, Inc. provides quality restoration and repair using shotcrete and gunite applications. Since taking their expertise and forming their own company, the owners needed a website and hired Leighton Smith of Pioneer Media. The result is an animated and modern website using the latest in web design technology, including powerful CSS3 transitions.

The opening animation is engaging and impressive— it definitely makes a solid first impression. The supplementary pages have quicker, efficient animations that entertain but don’t waste time.

The website is mobile-friendly. All animations work beautifully on tablets and smartphones.

Shotcrete Contractors, Inc. has started their business off right— with a professional website. We setup a local business listing on Google and actively track the site’s traffic. We also provide hosting, domain registration, uptime monitoring, security updates, site updates, backups, and more!

 

Project Information

Location: Lafollette, TN

Website: ShotcreteContractors.com

Company Description
Shotcrete Contractors, Inc. is a specialist in providing quality restoration and repair. From small to large projects, experience is evident in the quality of each job. Depending on the project, Shotcrete Contractors, Inc. has a wide array of quality restoration procedures to complete repairs safely and without delay.

Skills: Animation, CSS3, Database, Hosting, HTML5, Management, Mobile-Friendly, Portfolio, Responsive, SEO, Web Design

Who Are We?

Pioneer Media is a web design, management and hosting company in Knoxville, Tennessee. We have been around since 2006 and have many happy clients in the area. Check out the rest of our portfolio.

Does Your Business Need:

  • - A new website designed?
  • - A better website than your current one?
  • - Better search engine ranking?
  • - A mobile site?

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