Chavez Concrete Pumping was a company creation born out of necessity in 2017 by Mark Chavez. This upstart company was intended as a single 39m concrete pump to solely service Chavez Concrete Contractors. It was quickly evident others locally were facing concrete pump servicing issues. This quickly birthed a rental division and a new startup company. A casual conversation regarding “a couple hundred yards of concrete pumping” swiftly turned into purchasing a new 46m concrete pump. Within 12 months Chavez Concrete Pumping ordered a 52m and a 31m. Chavez Concrete Pumping forced into a quick growth due to signing its first contract for New Mexico's highly publicized Facebook project. Chavez Pumping’s focus shifted from a self-serve business to a full-blown rental company complete with external sales, mechanics, and marketing. In October 2018, the two-year-old company was inspired to find solutions to the lack of labor force that Chavez Concrete Contractors was facing. This was the inspiration for Chavez Concrete Pumping next purchase. A Telebelt TB130 was a simple fix to combat the growing labor shortage. This offered solutions to moving aggerates with speed and a fraction of the labor previously needed. This included aggerates as well as concrete efficiently. The Telebelt was a giant leap of faith in a market that was its first and was the first Telebelt purchased in New Mexico. This is a widely popular machine throughout America but for whatever reason never gained traction in New Mexico. Spearheaded by Mark Chavez, it was a daunting task and one that was not easy in the beginning. Creative promotions, one-time demo’s, promotions, and word of mouth still left early doubt. As Chavez Concrete Contractors got more creative in its uses, those were shared within the Albuquerque Concrete Community. It soon after became a one-stop-shop for contractors. Placing concrete in the morning and base course in the afternoon without another setup, cleanup, or move. With the creation of anything, there is a natural progression of growth, so it is with justifiable pride its quickly becoming the most requested piece of equipment within the fleet. Chavez Pumping can now service any project with its diverse fleet. A 31m, 38m, 39m, 46m, and a 52m allows the customer a wide range of flexibility. CCP has quickly established an excellent reputation with even the toughest of rules and regulations. Within a short time, CCP boasts contracts with New Mexico’s two largest projects in the history of New Mexico. Facebook, a 7-year project and data center with over 750,000 yards pumped and counting. Amazon’s highly publicized distribution center and what will now be the single largest building in the state of New Mexico at 2.6 Million SQFT. A secret “Spin Launch” project that it the first of its kind in the world and will be highly publicized once completed. In addition to these young accomplishments, CCP also services the National Laboratories, Federal and state work, residential slabs, and the local DYI home contractor who is provided the same service and quality. The future of Chavez Concrete Pumping will be its rigorous and continued “safety first” approach. Each piece of equipment undergoes a self-imposed stringent annual inspection. This is only done by a factory approved, certified boom inspector. Currently, there are less than 10 of these specialists that service the United States. Each of CCP's operators must obtain their ACPA (American Concrete Pumping Association) certification after hired. This is the industry’s only recognized pump specific safety certification for concrete pump operators. This tests each applicant on everything that encompasses a concrete pump and the safe practices to ensure everyone on the job site goes home to his or her family. This should be the standard for every contractor to require this on their projects to ensure the safety of their personal. Continued safety and top service of New Mexico's top projects, top general contractors, and top concrete companies will be the firm's continued focus.