Although not flat, concrete flatwork also includes ramps and sloped surfaces for both ADA accessibility, driveways, and loading docks. Concrete is the best building material for ramps because it can be poured and formed to be even on an incline. Ramps are typically poured over reinforcement like rebar and lead into the foundation and other raised concrete features.
Concrete Ramps should be installed whenever there is raised concrete flatwork like sidewalks and walkways. The Americans With Disabilities Act regulates parking lots and businesses to be accessible to wheelchairs and people with walking disabilities. Concrete is a great choice for a ramp because it can be finished to offer more grip, preventing slipping on an incline.