Josh is the Project Manager at Davenport. He started working for Davenport Foundation Repair in 2002 as a foundation crew member, while he was still in high school. After he graduated, Josh went on a L.D.S. mission to Sao Paulo, Brazil. When he returned home, he returned to Davenport working on the waterproofing and piering crews. He has attended many different training conferences at Foundation Supportworks (our Dealer developer) where he has learned new ways to solve a variety of home repair issues. His experience has helped him gain a vast knowledge of all of the services we offer.
He was born and raised in Utah and attended West Jordan High School. He attended college at the University of Utah and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Business Administration. He married his high school sweetheart, Melissa, in 2008. He and his wife have two children, Lucy and Grayson. The kids keep him busy most of the time, but when he does have free time, he enjoys working on cars, running and traveling to different places.
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This home's foundation was built on a mix of Sandy-Clay soil. The home began to settle one inch over the course of a year. We recently piered the home returning it's integrity and making it structurally sound once again.
We installed 14 push piers at this structure in Midvale, Utah. There was a severe separation between some of the walls around the structure. The wall and roofline also had a separation. Our crew worked three days pushing piers up to 20 feet into the soils below to achieve stability.
In this Layton, UT home, one corner of the driveway had dropped a few inches. They decided to call Davenport Foundation Repair to fix their sinking concrete problem. When concrete is placed on top of soil, over time the soil cannot hold the weight of the concrete. The driveway begins to sink. We suggested PolyLevel injection to raise the sunken structure. PolyLevel is injected beneath the concrete to raise the driveway back to the correct height. Now, these homeowners do not have to worry about anyone tripping on their property!