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Edmond Concrete

Edmond Concrete is a concrete installation contractor in Edmond, OK. Our concrete pros install concrete driveways, patios, sidewalks, pads, decorative concrete, and more residential and commercial concrete work in the Oklahoma City metro area.

Edmond Concrete

19901 Rondo Drive
Edmund Oklahoma 73012
United States

(405) 213-1442

Business Description

Edmond Concrete, a local concrete contractor, provides concrete services to Edmond, Oklahoma City and the surrounding OKC Metro Area. Our concrete experts build and install quality concrete driveways, concrete patios, concrete porches, concrete additions, concrete slabs, concrete foundations, concrete footing, decorative concrete, concrete staining, concrete stamping, concrete replacement, and concrete repair. We are proud to offer quality residential concrete work and quality commercial concrete work in Edmond and throughout the greater Oklahoma City area. Contact us today to receive a free estimate for your concrete project if you need professional concrete installation in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Business Hours

Monday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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About Edmund

Edmund is a masculine given name in the English language. The name is derived from the Old English elements ēad, meaning "prosperity" or "riches", and mund, meaning "protector".Persons named Edmund include: == People == === Kings and nobles === Edmund the Martyr (died 869 or 870), king of East Anglia Edmund I (922–946), King of England from 939 to 946 Edmund Ironside (989–1016), also known as Edmund II, King of England in 1016 Edmund of Scotland (after 1070 – after 1097) Edmund Crouchback (1245–1296), son of King Henry III of England and claimant to the Sicilian throne Edmund, 2nd Earl of Cornwall (1249–1300), earl of Cornwall; English nobleman of royal descent Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York (1341–1402), son of King Edward III of England Edmund Tudor, earl of Richmond (1430–1456), English and Welsh nobleman Edmund, Prince of Schwarzenberg (1803–1873), the last created Austrian field marshal of the 19th century === In religion === Saint Edmund (disambiguation), religious title given to several persons Eadmund of Winchester (died between 833 and 838), once thought to have been a Bishop of Winchester Edmund of Durham (died 1041), Bishop of Durham Edmund Arrowsmith (1585–1628), Jesuit, one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales Edmund Campion (1540–1581), English Jesuit priest and martyr Edmund Gennings (1567–1591), English priest and martyr Edmund Kalau (1928–2014), German missionary and minister Edmund Peiris (1897–1989), Sri Lankan Roman Catholic priest, Bishop of Chilaw from 1940-1972 Edmund Rich (1175–1240), also called Edmund of Abingdon; Archbishop of Canterbury Edmund Ignatius Rice (1762–1844), founder of the Congregation of Christian Brothers === In politics === Edmund Burke (1729–1797), Irish statesman, political theorist, and philosopher Edmund Barton (1849−1920), Australian prime minister E. J. Cooray, Sri Lankan Senator, Minister of Justice of Sri Lanka from March 1960 to July 1960 E. B. Dimbulane, Sri Lankan Member of Parliament for Alutnuwara Edmund Rowland Gooneratne (1845–1914), Sri Lankan Gate Mudaliyar, scholar, planter, Buddhist revivalist Edmund L. Oldfield (1863–1938), American politician Edmund Walter Jayawardena, Sri Lankan lawyer and diplomat Edmund Muskie (1914–1996), American Secretary of State Edmund G. Brown, Sr. (1905–1996), commonly known as Pat Brown; governor of California, 1959–1967 Edmund G. Brown, Jr. (born 1938), commonly known as Jerry Brown; governor of California Edmund Peiris, Sri Lankan Muhandiram Edmund Randolph (1753–1813), American founding father and governor of Virginia Edmund Samarakkody (1912–1992), Sri Lankan Trotskyist, trade unionist Edmund Stoiber (born 1941), German politician, former minister-president of the state of Bayern Edmund Tsaturyan (1937–2010), Armenian politician, member of the National Assembly of Armenia Edmund (Tiruchendur MLA), Indian politician, elected to the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly in 1971 === In other fields === Sir Edmund Andros (1637–1714), English colonial administrator under the Royal House of Stuart Edmund Anscombe (1874–1948), New Zealand architect Edmund Cobb (1892–1974), American actor Edmund Collein (1906–1992), East German architect and Bauhaus photographer Edmund Crispin, pseudonym of English crime fiction writer Bruce Montgomery (1921–1978) Edmund Davy (1785–1857), English chemist Edmund Fritz (before 1918 – after 1932), Austrian actor, film director, and music manager Edmund H. Garrett (1853–1929), American artist Edmund Gettier (1927–2021), American philosopher Edmund Goulding (1891–1959), British film writer and director Edmund Gunter (1581–1626), British mathematician Edmund Gwenn (1877–1959), British actor Edmund Hashim (1933–1974), American actor Edmund Hewavitarne (1873–1915), Sri Lankan businessman and army reservist Sir Edmund Hillary (1919–2008), New Zealand mountaineer Edmund Husserl (1859–1938), philosopher and mathematician Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside, Sir William Edmund Ironside (1880–1951), field marshal and chief of the British Imperial General Staff Edmund Ironside, 2nd Baron Ironside (1924–2020), British politician and engineer, son of William Edmund Ironside Edmund Kemper (born 1948), American serial killer and necrophile Edmund Blair Leighton (1852–1922), British artist Edmund Lenihan (born 1950), Irish author and storyteller Edmund Lowe (1890–1971), American actor Edmund P. Murray (1930–2007), American novelist and journalist Edmund Rack (c. 1735–1787), English writer Edmund Reid (1846–1917), head of the Metropolitan Police's CID during the time of the Jack the Ripper Ed Skoronski (1910–1996), American football player Edmund Kirby Smith (1824–1893), American general, telegraph president, and professor of mathematics and botany.

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