I am not the easiest homeowner for a contractor to work for - I pay attention to all the details, document them and hold contractors accountable for scope of work and required paperwork. We initially hired Brian Vaughn of Vaughn Concrete Construction tackled a difficult problem with a severely settled 1960's garage block structure. He followed architect guidelines and detailed contract terms to perform all work and meet all terms and conditions. He did this on time and on budget. He made key recommendations during the job which resulted in small change orders that were reasonable and acceptable for new work outside the original scope. All this work was performed in a constricted space surrounded by sensitive nature areas (at the beach), without damaging or disturbing anything outside the defined work area. It has been about 6 months and we have seen no cracks in the new slab, or any evidence of settling in the repaired wall. Next, we hired Vaughn to excavate, form and pour two residential driveway connectors abutting A1A on Amelia Island. This work was permitted by the FDOT. Brian met all FDOT permit requirements and passed all inspections without requiring remediation or re-inspections by the FDOT. The connectors are very attractive, neatly pointed on all edges, and excess concrete was removed so not to stain the roadway. Crack control joints were cut within the prescribed 24 hour window, and sprinklers were placed to slow the cure of the concrete. The concrete mix was 4000 PSI 6 bag mix, with poly fiber mesh added for structural integrity, and colored with an integral color mixed in the truck.