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Cellular Concrete is the perfect solution for your next project.

A custom-crafted mixture of cement, water & preformed foam, cellular concrete is capable of being pumped in up to 20' lifts and pumped thousands of feet in a single pour. It can be accurately mixed to a wide range of densities and pumped into any void.

Our unique mixing process allows us to hit very tight margins at any density from 20 to 110 pcf. Plus, our patent-pending equipment pumps at rates up to 250 yd3/hr for thousands of feet, assuring your project is completed quickly, and to your exact specifications.

We are CellFill - an innovative cellular concrete manufacturer and producer centrally located in Grove, OK. All of our proprietary equipment is designed and built in-house, and our centralized Oklahoma location allows us easier travel than most. To date, we've worked in 10 states including Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. Are you next?

What's so great about cellular concrete? Everything!

  • Less expensive than traditional grout, CLSM, flowable fill, and lightweight structural concrete.
  • Reduces traffic impact and construction time
  • Our full-service installation allows contractors to free up laborers
  • Self-leveling
  • Provides significantly better bearing strength than soil, and drains better than aggregate or sand
  • More complete curing equals higher insulating powers
  • Provides 100% compaction to fill spaces entirely with almost no shrinkage
  • Low water absorption and permeability decreases hydrostatic pressure on walls
  • Computerized on-site batching eliminates material inconsistencies and offers real-time batch information
  • Does NOT require being pumped under high pressure
  • Material is non-HAZMAT and does not provide a food source for harmful mold growth
  • Excellent modern green material with a relatively low carbon footprint
  • Streamlined approach and turnkey operation of CellFill averages a 20-50% REDUCTION in cost over traditional fill methods
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CellFill℠ Process

Our strategy is simple...let us do one job for you and you determine if the cost savings and end product are above and beyond your expectations!

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CellFill℠ Projects

We provide a fast and efficent filling experience that exceeds your expectations on timeliness, cost savings, and logistical planning.

Check out our latest projects!

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CellFill℠ Applications

CellFill's mobility and high production rate make cellular concrete an ideal material for many applications such as abandoned water and sewer pipes, corrugated metal pipe backfill, mine shaft, and large hole capping, erosion control, bridge backfill behind abutments, and more!

The CellFill Difference

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Quality assurance

Our proprietary equipment produces densities from 20-80 pcf with remarkably tight margins. We take samples on every job, and our live onboard computer system lets us monitor the stats of each job in real-time.

 

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Unmatched Pump speed

Material is placed at high rates and high daily volumes (up to 150 cu yd/hour). This reduces the associated costs in traffic control, supervision, dewatering and any other support service that may be reduced by completing the job quicker.

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Turn-key solution

We pride ourselves on taking care of everything on our jobs from start to finish including engineering, bidding, installation, and testing. The only thing a contractor needs to do for us is site prep.

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Long run lengths

Our cellular concrete can be pumped over long distances without the added cost of a pumper truck, eliminating much of the labor and bulkhead costs associated with placing traditional flowable fill.

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Innovative technology

Our patent-pending mix process fully hydrates each cement particle, allows our fills to be more accurate and precise than our competitors. Plus, our onboard computer system shows project stats in real-time, so we can adjust accordingly if necessary.

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Cellular structure uniformity

We have the most consistent product on the market in terms of nominal cellular structure. This means the specifications of the cellular concrete we pump is uniform throughout the job, even with subsequent days of pumping.

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Applications

The cellular concrete produced by our trucks is an environmentally friendly, cost-effective, and multi-use solution for municipalities and contractors currently working on:

  • Abandoned Water & Sewer Pipe
  • Fills Bridge Backfill Behind Abutments
  • Mine Shaft & Large Hole Capping
  • Corrugated Metal Pipe Backfill
  • Replacement of Unstable Soil & Erosion Control
  • Any project with CLSM/Flowable fill
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Family Owned and Operated in the USA

Centrally located in Grove, OK, ConsTrucTM is a family-run business.

Christian values, quality over quantity, and staying on the leading edge of innovation are the driving forces behind every piece of equipment they create. James Diver is a Civil Engineer with a passion for concrete dating back to 1997. Renee Diver is a master marketer and mom. Together they have successfully launched multiple business endeavors in the cellular concrete industry. James and Renee have three daughters and hope someday they will continue on the legacy of their collective entrepreneurial spirit. Until then they abide by the motto that you have to, “Risk It To Get The Biscuit,” and put everything they have into each and every day.

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Latest Projects

Irving, TX - NTC Abandoned Waterline Fill

  • February 2017: Irving, TX
  • CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Waterline

Our largest project to date! CellFill℠ pumped 5921.24 CY of cellular concrete into over 12,000 linear ft of 48” diameter abandoned waterline in Irving, TX. This job paralleled Irving’s busy Hwy 183 and warranted constant site supervision and time management/coordination with North Texas Contracting and the highway authority.

This project included 18 different pumping locations and was still completed in 8 days time.

Branson, MO - Spirit of 76 Project

  • September 2016 to Present: Branson, MO
  • CellFill℠ As Protective Encasement for Underground Utilities

CellFill℠ is part of a 3-5 year revitalization project in the heart of Branson’s famed strip, Highway 76. The City of Branson is burying its utilities along its 5 mile strip as part of the “Spirit of 76” beautification project. The new utility duct banks include 12” waterline, electric, cable, phone and fiber cables. Due to how close the conduit is placed together, you could not properly compact with traditional granular backfill, and settlement issues were a big concern. CellFill’s cellular concrete is fully bedding the conduit and providing 100% compaction. It’s a win-win for everyone!

Lowell, AR Storm Sewer Pipe Fill

  • December 2016: Lowell, AR
  • CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Storm Sewer Pipe

5092 CY of cellular concrete was used to fill this 48” abandoned storm sewer pipe for the City of Lowell, AR. We cranked it up to produce at rates averaging 135 CY per hour. It was fun working on this project with Nabholz Construction, despite the COLD December wind!

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Latest Projects

1 Irving, TX - NTC Abandoned Waterline Fill

  • February 2017: Irving, TX
  • CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Waterline

Our largest project to date! CellFill℠ pumped 5921.24 CY of cellular concrete into over 12,000 linear ft of 48” diameter abandoned waterline in Irving, TX. This job paralleled Irving’s busy Hwy 183 and warranted constant site supervision and time management/coordination with North Texas Contracting and the highway authority.

This project included 18 different pumping locations and was still completed in 8 days time.

2. Irving, TX - NTC Abandoned Waterline Fill

  • February 2017: Irving, TX
  • CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Waterline

Our largest project to date! CellFill℠ pumped 5921.24 CY of cellular concrete into over 12,000 linear ft of 48” diameter abandoned waterline in Irving, TX. This job paralleled Irving’s busy Hwy 183 and warranted constant site supervision and time management/coordination with North Texas Contracting and the highway authority.

This project included 18 different pumping locations and was still completed in 8 days time.

Irving, TX - NTC Abandoned Waterline Fill

  • February 2017: Irving, TX
  • CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Waterline

Our largest project to date! CellFill℠ pumped 5921.24 CY of cellular concrete into over 12,000 linear ft of 48” diameter abandoned waterline in Irving, TX. This job paralleled Irving’s busy Hwy 183 and warranted constant site supervision and time management/coordination with North Texas Contracting and the highway authority.

This project included 18 different pumping locations and was still completed in 8 days time.

Latest Projects

Winter Haven, FL – Hubbard Construction – West Lake Eloise Drive

Hubbard Construction – West Lake Eloise Drive Winter Haven, FL Since its initial construction in the 1940s, this roadway had...
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Orlando, FL – SiteMix – McLeod Road Transfer Station Replacement

SiteMix – McLeod Road Transfer Station Replacement Orlando, FL LDCC was chosen as a fill material on this project to...
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Branson, MO – Crossland Construction – Aquarium Sub-Grade Backfill

Crossland Construction - Aquarium Sub-Grade Backfill Branson, MO Crossland Construction chose to utilize cellular concrete for the sub-grade backfill of...
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Lawrenceburg, KY – Brandenburg – Tyrone Power Plant

Brandenburg - Tyrone Power Plant Lawrenceburg, KY CellFill was subcontracted by Brandenburg for the abandonment of the Tyrone Power Station...
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Irving, TX – Driver Pipeline – DT3 Abandonment

Driver Pipeline - DT3 Abandonment Irving, TX The use of low-density cellular concrete (LDCC) ensures the pipe’s long-term stability and...
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Irving, TX – NTC Abandoned Waterline Fill

Irving, TX - NTC Abandoned Waterline Fill February 2017: Irving, TX CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Waterline Our largest project...
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Branson, MO – Spirit of 76 Project

Branson, MO - Spirit of 76 Project September 2016 to Present: Branson, MO CellFill℠ As Protective Encasement for Underground Utilities...
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Lowell, AR Storm Sewer Pipe Fill

Lowell, AR Storm Sewer Pipe Fill December 2016: Lowell, AR CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Storm Sewer Pipe 5092 CY...
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Colcord, OK Drainage Layer Under Roadway

Colcord, OK Drainage Layer Under Roadway March 2016: Colcord, OK CellFill℠ As Drainage Layer Under County Road CellFill℠ traveled to...
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Adair, OK Abandoned Diesel Line Fill

Adair, OK Abandoned Diesel Line Fill February 2016: Adair, OK Abandoned Diesel Line Fill for Explorer Pipeline Company Explorer Pipeline...
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Client Testimonials

I’ve known CellFill℠ owner James Diver for 18 years and he has always been ingenuitive and at the forefront of lightweight concrete design and testing. I’d recommend him for any cellular concrete project no matter the size or complexity.

Thomas Graham, PE, QSTI

Director of Education, Air Hygiene Inc.

I work closely with the CellFill℠ team as a product representative, marketing the company and the product to engineers, counties, municipalities, and owners in the state of Oklahoma. Every time I mention CellFill℠ to my clients, their interest is immediately piqued. Almost every designer or specifier has an immediate use and application for cellular concrete, and when I talk about the company and the owner’s passion for the product, the specifiers are immediately sold. Marketing CellFill℠ and working with the company has been one of the best business decisions I’ve ever made!

Sarah Kellert, PE

Owner, Kellert Consulting LLC

CellFill’s value of services in relation to cost is excellent. James and his team are very professional and efficient.

Mary Jane Green

Project Engineer, Explorer Pipeline Company

The experience of working with CellFill was excellent. Good company to work with and didn’t require a lot of “hand-holding”.

Terry Roller

Owner, T-G Excavating, Inc.

We were happy to demo the use of this product under our bridge abutments. It is a problem we encounter in the maintenance of our bridges. James’s crew was quick to identify problems with the process, correct them, and finish the project with great results. We look forward to using it in this manner in the future.

Shelly Williams, PE

Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT)