Foundations and Structural Concrete

For over thirty years, Mike Pearson Construction, Inc. has been one of the leading structural concrete and foundation contractors in the greater Los Angeles area. We are a fully-equipped and OSHA-certified foundation contractor, complete with a LEED AP on staff, with the manpower and expertise necessary to oversee and install structural foundations, structural slabs, structural decks, grade beams, caissons, soldier piles, basements, tilt wall panels, elevated slab on metal decks, elevated formed decks, post-tensioned slabs, and retaining walls.

Since 1980, we have served homeowners, contractors, designers, builders and development firms in projects ranging from custom hardscape for residential projects, to massive structural concrete and foundation work for large commercial developments. We have a team of experts qualified to take on any masonry project from custom stone, brick, stamped and colored concrete, barbecues, driveways, fireplaces, and water features, to structural concrete, grade beam foundations, soldier piles, caissons, retaining walls, concrete lids, structural decks, and poured in place walls. We are CAD capable, and OSHA certified. We have worked with some of the most prestigious architects and designers in Los Angeles, and have completed some of the most demanding and complex residential and commercial masonry projects in Southern California.

We have considerable experience in the construction of commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities, and multi-family, custom home, and tract residential markets. As an OSHA-certified subcontractor, Mike Pearson Construction, Inc. has worked with some of the premier developers, construction management firms, and architects in Southern California over the last 30 years. (Please see our Affiliates and Clients page.) We offer a range of services broad enough to bid, undertake, and complete the most complex and demanding masonry projects. When a general contractor is tasked with procuring bids for a multi-faceted job that includes structural slabs, grade beam foundations, caissons, architectural concrete, and finish hardscape work such as stone, barbecues, stone veneer, carved limestone, and water features, Mike Pearson Construction, Inc. is the ideal choice, as our firm can bid and build every element of the project, allowing the general contractor to oversee one masonry firm instead of two or three.

Mike Pearson has a proven track record of quality, cost effective projects. We owe this record to our commitment to the team concept of project management. We work closely with Builders, Contractors, Architects, Engineers, and Owners, because we feel that communication is the key element in the success of a construction project. The free flow of detailed information between all parties is essential to that goal.

(For a complete list of CSI codes, see below.)

CSI Codes:

030000 - Concrete

  • 03 06 10 – Schedules for Concrete Forming and Accessories
  • 03 06 20 – Schedules for Concrete Reinforcing
  • 03 06 20.13 – Concrete Beam Reinforcing Schedule
  • 03 06 20.16 – Concrete Slab Reinforcing Schedule
  • 03 06 30 – Schedules for Cast-in-Place Concrete
  • 03 06 30.13 – Concrete Footing Schedule
  • 03 06 30.16 – Concrete Column Schedule
  • 03 06 30.19 – Concrete Slab Schedule
  • 03 06 30.23 – Concrete Shaft Schedule
  • 03 06 30.26 – Concrete Beam Schedule
  • 03 06 40 – Schedules for Precast Concrete
  • 03 06 40.13 – Precast Concrete Panel Schedule
  • 03 06 50 – Schedules for Cast Decks and Underlayment
  • 03 06 60 – Schedules for Grouting
  • 03 06 70 – Schedules for Mass Concrete
  • 03 06 80 – Schedules for Concrete Cutting and Boring
  • 03 08 00 – Commissioning of Concrete
  • 03 10 00 – Concrete Forming and Accessories
  • 03 11 00 – Concrete Forming
  • 03 11 13 – Structural Cast-in-Place Concrete Forming
  • 03 11 13.13 – Concrete Slip Forming
  • 03 11 13.16 – Concrete Shoring
  • 03 11 13.19 – Falsework
  • 03 11 16 – Architectural Cast-in Place Concrete Forming
  • 03 11 16.13 – Concrete Form Liners
  • 03 11 19 – Insulating Concrete Forming
  • 03 11 23 – Permanent Stair Forming
  • 03 15 00 – Concrete Accessories
  • 03 15 13 – Waterstops
  • 03 20 00 – Concrete Reinforcing
  • 03 21 00 – Reinforcing Steel
  • 03 21 13 – Galvanized Reinforcing Steel
  • 03 21 16 – Epoxy-Coated Reinforcing Steel
  • 03 22 00 – Welded Wire Fabric Reinforcing
  • 03 22 13 – Galvanized Welded Wire Fabric Reinforcing
  • 03 22 16 – Epoxy-Coated Welded Wire Fabric Reinforcing
  • 03 23 00 – Stressing Tendons
  • 03 24 00 – Fibrous Reinforcing
  • 03 30 00 – Cast-in-Place Concrete
  • 03 30 53 – Miscellaneous Cast-in-Place Concrete
  • 03 31 00 – Structural Concrete
  • 03 31 13 – Heavyweight Structural Concrete
  • 03 31 16 – Lightweight Structural Concrete
  • 03 31 19 – Shrinkage-Compensating Structural Concrete
  • 03 31 23 – High-Performance Structural Concrete
  • 03 31 26 – Self-Compacting Concrete
  • 03 33 00 – Architectural Concrete
  • 03 33 13 – Heavyweight Architectural Concrete
  • 03 33 16 – Lightweight Architectural Concrete
  • 03 34 00 – Low Density Concrete
  • 03 35 00 – Concrete Finishing
  • 03 35 13 – High-Tolerance Concrete Floor Finishing
  • 03 35 16 – Heavy-Duty Concrete Floor Finishing
  • 03 35 19 – Colored Concrete Finishing
  • 03 35 23 – Exposed Aggregate Concrete Finishing
  • 03 35 26 – Grooved Concrete Surface Finishing
  • 03 35 29 – Tooled Concrete Finishing
  • 03 35 33 – Stamped Concrete Finishing
  • 03 37 00 – Specialty Placed Concrete
  • 03 37 13 – Shotcrete
  • 03 37 16 – Pumped Concrete
  • 03 38 16 – Unbonded Post-Tensioned Concrete
  • 03 38 19 – Bonded Post-Tensioned Concrete
  • 03 39 00 – Concrete Curing
  • 03 39 13 – Water Concrete Curing
  • 03 39 16 – Sand Concrete Curing
  • 03 39 23 – Membrane Concrete Curing
  • 03 39 23.13 – Chemical Compound Membrane Concrete Curing
  • 03 39 23.23 – Sheet Membrane Concrete Curing
  • 03 40 00 – Precast Concrete
  • 03 41 00 – Precast Structural Concrete
  • 03 41 13 – Precast Concrete Hollow Core Planks
  • 03 41 16 – Precast Concrete Slabs
  • 03 41 23 – Precast Concrete Stairs
  • 03 41 33 – Precast Structural Pretensioned Concrete
  • 03 41 36 – Precast Structural Post-Tensioned Concrete
  • 03 45 00 – Precast Architectural Concrete
  • 03 45 13 – Faced Architectural Precast Concrete
  • 03 45 33 – Precast Architectural Pretensioned Concrete
  • 03 45 36 – Precast Architectural Post-Tensioned Concrete
  • 03 47 00 – Site-Cast Concrete
  • 03 47 13 – Tilt-Up Concrete
  • 03 47 16 – Lift-Slab Concrete
  • 03 48 00 – Precast Concrete Specialties
  • 03 48 13 – Precast Concrete Bollards
  • 03 48 16 – Precast Concrete Splash Blocks
  • 03 48 19 – Precast Concrete Stair Treads
  • 03 48 43 – Precast Concrete Trim
  • 03 49 00 – Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Concrete
  • 03 49 13 – Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Column Covers
  • 03 49 16 – Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Spandrels
  • 03 49 43 – Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Trim
  • 03 50 00 – Cast Decks and Underlayment
  • 03 51 00 – Cast Roof Decks
  • 03 51 13 – Cementitious Wood Fiber Decks
  • 03 51 16 – Gypsum Concrete Roof Decks
  • 03 52 00 – Lightweight Concrete Roof Insulation
  • 03 52 13 – Composite Concrete Roof Insulation
  • 03 52 16 – Lightweight Insulating Concrete
  • 03 52 16.13 – Lightweight Cellular Insulating Concrete
  • 03 52 16.16 – Lightweight Aggregate Insulating Concrete
  • 03 53 00 – Concrete Topping
  • 03 53 13 – Emery-Aggregate Concrete Topping
  • 03 53 16 – Iron-Aggregate Concrete Topping
  • 03 54 00 – Cast Underlayment
  • 03 60 00 – Grouting
  • 03 61 00 – Cementitious Grouting
  • 03 61 13 – Dry-Pack Grouting
  • 03 62 00 – Non-Shrink Grouting
  • 03 62 13 – Non-Metallic Non-Shrink Grouting
  • 03 62 16 – Metallic Non-Shrink Grouting
  • 03 63 00 – Epoxy Grouting
  • 03 64 00 – Injection Grouting
  • 03 64 23 – Epoxy Injection Grouting
  • 03 80 00 – Concrete Cutting and Boring
  • 03 81 00 – Concrete Cutting
  • 03 81 13 – Flat Concrete Sawing
  • 03 81 16 – Track Mounted Concrete Wall Sawing
  • 03 81 19 – Wire Concrete Wall Sawing
  • 03 81 23 – Hand Concrete Wall Sawing
  • 03 81 26 – Chain Concrete Wall Sawing
  • 03 82 00 – Concrete Boring
  • 03 82 13 – Concrete Core Drilling

040000 - Masonry

  • 04 01 00 – Maintenance of Masonry
  • 04 01 20 – Maintenance of Unit Masonry
  • 04 01 20.51 – Unit Masonry Maintenance
  • 04 01 20.52 – Unit Masonry Cleaning
  • 04 01 20.91 – Unit Masonry Restoration
  • 04 01 20.93 – Testing and Sampling Brick Units for Restoration
  • 04 01 40 – Maintenance of Stone Assemblies
  • 04 01 40.51 – Stone Maintenance
  • 04 01 40.52 – Stone Cleaning
  • 04 01 40.91 – Stone Restoration
  • 04 01 50 – Maintenance of Refractory Masonry
  • 04 01 60 – Maintenance of Corrosion-Resistant Masonry
  • 04 01 70 – Maintenance of Manufactured Masonry
  • 04 05 00 – Common Work Results for Masonry
  • 04 05 13 – Masonry Mortaring
  • 04 05 13.16 – Chemical-Resistant Masonry Mortaring
  • 04 05 13.19 – Epoxy Masonry Mortaring
  • 04 05 13.23 – Surface Bonding Masonry Mortaring
  • 04 05 13.26 – Engineered Masonry Mortaring
  • 04 05 13.29 – Refractory Masonry Mortaring
  • 04 05 13.91 – Masonry Restoration Mortaring
  • 04 05 16 – Masonry Grouting
  • 04 05 16.16 – Chemical-Resistant Masonry Grouting
  • 04 05 16.26 – Engineered Masonry Grouting
  • 04 05 19 – Masonry Anchorage and Reinforcing
  • 04 05 19.13 – Continuous Joint Reinforcing
  • 04 05 19.16 – Masonry Anchors
  • 04 05 19.26 – Masonry Reinforcing Bars
  • 04 05 19.29 – Stone Anchors
  • 04 05 23 – Masonry Accessories
  • 04 05 23.13 – Masonry Control and Expansion Joints
  • 04 05 23.16 – Masonry Embedded Flashing
  • 04 05 23.19 – Masonry Cavity Drainage, Weepholes, and Vents
  • 04 06 00 – Schedules for Masonry
  • 04 06 20 – Schedules for Unit Masonry
  • 04 06 20.13 – Masonry Unit Schedule
  • 04 06 40 – Schedules for Stone Assemblies
  • 04 06 50 – Schedules for Refractory Masonry
  • 04 06 60 – Schedules for Corrosion-Resistant Masonry
  • 04 06 70 – Schedules for Manufactured Masonry
  • 04 08 00 – Commissioning of Masonry
  • 04 20 00 – Unit Masonry
  • 04 21 00 – Clay Unit Masonry
  • 04 21 13 – Brick Masonry
  • 04 21 13.13 – Brick Veneer Masonry
  • 04 21 13.23 – Surface-Bonded Brick Masonry
  • 04 21 16 – Ceramic Glazed Clay Masonry
  • 04 21 19 – Clay Tile Masonry
  • 04 21 23 – Structural Clay Tile Masonry
  • 04 21 26 – Glazed Structural Clay Tile Masonry
  • 04 21 29 – Terra Cotta Masonry
  • 04 22 00 – Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 00.13 – Concrete Unit Veneer Masonry
  • 04 22 00.16 – Surface-Bonded Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 19 – Insulated Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 23 – Architectural Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 23.13 – Exposed Aggregate Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 23.16 – Fluted Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 23.19 – Molded-Face Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 23.23 – Prefaced Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 23.26 – Sound-Absorbing Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 23.29 – Split-Face Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 22 33 – Interlocking Concrete Unit Masonry
  • 04 23 00 – Glass Unit Masonry
  • 04 23 13 – Vertical Glass Unit Masonry
  • 04 23 16 – Glass Unit Masonry Floors
  • 04 23 19 – Glass Unit Masonry Skylights
  • 04 24 00 – Adobe Unit Masonry
  • 04 24 13 – Site-Cast Adobe Unit Masonry
  • 04 24 16 – Manufactured Adobe Unit Masonry
  • 04 25 00 – Unit Masonry Panels
  • 04 25 13 – Metal-Supported Unit Masonry Panels
  • 04 27 00 – Multiple-Wythe Unit Masonry
  • 04 27 13 – Composite Unit Masonry
  • 04 27 23 – Cavity Wall Unit Masonry
  • 04 28 00 – Concrete Form Masonry Units
  • 04 28 13 – Dry-Stacked, Concrete-Filled Masonry Units
  • 04 28 23 – Mortar-Set, Concrete-Filled Masonry Units
  • 04 40 00 – Stone Assemblies
  • 04 41 00 – Dry-Placed Stone
  • 04 42 00 – Exterior Stone Cladding
  • 04 42 13 – Masonry-Supported Stone Cladding
  • 04 42 16 – Steel-Stud-Supported Stone Cladding
  • 04 42 19 – Strongback-Frame-Supported Stone Cladding
  • 04 42 23 – Truss-Supported Stone Cladding
  • 04 42 26 – Grid-System-Supported Stone Cladding
  • 04 42 43 – Stone Panels for Curtain Walls
  • 04 43 00 – Stone Masonry
  • 04 50 00 – Refractory Masonry
  • 04 51 00 – Flue Liner Masonry
  • 04 52 00 – Combustion Chamber Masonry
  • 04 53 00 – Castable Refractory Masonry
  • 04 54 00 – Refractory Brick Masonry
  • 04 57 00 – Masonry Fireplaces
  • 04 60 00 – Corrosion-Resistant Masonry
  • 04 61 00 – Chemical-Resistant Brick Masonry
  • 04 62 00 – Vitrified Clay Liner Plate
  • 04 70 00 – Manufactured Masonry
  • 04 71 00 – Manufactured Brick Masonry
  • 04 71 13 – Calcium Silicate Manufactured Brick Masonry
  • 04 72 00 – Cast Stone Masonry
  • 04 73 00 – Manufactured Stone Masonry
  • 04 73 13 – Calcium Silicate Manufactured Stone Masonry
  • Maintenance of Masonry – Emery-Aggregate Concrete Topping
  • Maintenance of Unit Masonry – Iron-Aggregate Concrete Topping
  • Unit Masonry Maintenance – Cast Underlayment
  • Unit Masonry Cleaning – Grouting
  • Unit Masonry Restoration – Cementitious Grouting
  • Testing and Sampling Brick Units for Restoration – Dry-Pack Grouting
  • Maintenance of Stone Assemblies – Non-Shrink Grouting
  • Stone Maintenance – Non-Metallic Non-Shrink Grouting
  • Stone Cleaning – Metallic Non-Shrink Grouting
  • Stone Restoration – Epoxy Grouting
  • Maintenance of Refractory Masonry – Injection Grouting
  • Maintenance of Corrosion-Resistant Masonry – Epoxy Injection Grouting
  • Maintenance of Manufactured Masonry – Concrete Cutting and Boring
  • Common Work Results for Masonry – Concrete Cutting
  • Masonry Mortaring – Flat Concrete Sawing
  • Chemical-Resistant Masonry Mortaring – Track Mounted Concrete Wall Sawing
  • Epoxy Masonry Mortaring – Wire Concrete Wall Sawing
  • Surface Bonding Masonry Mortaring – Hand Concrete Wall Sawing
  • Engineered Masonry Mortaring – Chain Concrete Wall Sawing
  • Refractory Masonry Mortaring – Concrete Boring
  • Masonry Restoration Mortaring – Concrete Core Drilling

310000 - Earthwork

  • 31 62 13 – Concrete Piles
  • 31 62 13.13 – Cast-in-Place Concrete Piles
  • 31 62 13.16 – Concrete Displacement Piles
  • 31 62 13.19 – Precast Concrete Piles
  • 31 62 13.23 – Prestressed Concrete Piles
  • 31 62 13.26 – Pressure-Injected Footings
  • 31 62 16 – Steel Piles
  • 31 62 16.13 – Sheet Steel Piles
  • 31 62 16.16 – Steel H Piles
  • 31 62 16.19 – Unfilled Tubular Steel Piles
  • 31 62 19 – Timber Piles
  • 31 62 23 – Composite Piles
  • 31 62 23.13 – Concrete-Filled Steel Piles
  • 31 62 23.16 – Wood and Cast-In-Place Concrete Piles
  • 31 63 00 – Bored Piles
  • 31 63 26 – Drilled Caissons
  • 31 63 26.13 – Fixed End Caisson Piles
  • 31 63 26.16 – Concrete Caissons for Marine Construction
  • 31 63 29 – Drilled Concrete Piers and Shafts
  • 31 63 29.13 – Uncased Drilled Concrete Piers
  • 31 63 29.16 – Cased Drilled Concrete Piers
  • 31 63 33 – Drilled Micropiles
  • 31 64 00 – Caissons
  • 31 64 13 – Box Caissons
  • 31 64 16 – Excavated Caissons
  • 31 64 19 – Floating Caissons
  • 31 64 23 – Open Caissons
  • 31 64 26 – Pneumatic Caissons
  • 31 64 29 – Sheeted Caissons
  • 31 66 00 – Special Foundations
  • 31 66 13 – Special Piles
  • 31 66 16 – Special Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.13 – Anchored Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.23 – Concrete Cribbing Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.26 – Metal Cribbing Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.33 – Manufactured Modular Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.43 – Mechanically Stabilized Earth Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.46 – Slurry Diaphragm Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.53 – Soldier-Beam Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 16.56 – Permanently-Anchored Soldier-Beam Foundation Walls
  • 31 66 19 – Refrigerated Foundations