Fleet removed the old concrete and then coordinated with an arborist whose employee air spaded along the edge of the existing sidewalk to pressure blow the dirt away,exposing the tree roots. Both Fleet and Independent Tree Service worked together to remove necessary roots. The removal process at times was very difficult for them. It took creative thinking to solve a few of the root challenges. Fleet completed the project by preparing the ground for the pouring of the fiber reinforced concrete into the revised path set up for a new sidewalk a bit farther away from the tree. They were very precise about measurements, planing, inserting expansion joints, and finishing the final steps to prevent a person from slipping on the surface. Upon completion they cleaned their work area before leaving. We did not comment on the price because we did not do any additional comparing. We were very satisfied with our answers upon discussing with the Office Manager, who subsequently talked with Bob Custer, the many factors involved with a large live oak tree, the regulations, and the process trying to replace a sidewalk with very restrictive alternatives for spacing and the anticipated timeframe for completion.