In 1977, Richard Martin and his three sons began Uni-Foundations with the purchase of a set of 8 foot aluminum forms. Uni-Foundations became the first poured wall company in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, and in Washington County Maryland.
At that time it also became one of the first poured wall contractors in the East to use a crane to load and unload forms.
In 1997, Richard Martin, sold his equipment to Dave Detweiler. In 1999, Uni-Foundations replaced its original set of forms with a set of forms that would allow more versatility in the changing marketplace. In 2001, Uni-Foundations purchased its first set of 9 foot forms. Since then Uni-Foundations has purchased numerous sets of forms in varying heights to better meet the needs of its customers. In 2003, Dave's son-in-law, Brian Wenger and son Dirk became part owners of Uni-Foundations. In 1999, Uni-Foundations purchased a CAD program by the name of Auto Crete which allowed them to redraw all prints. This allowed them to check for ... Read more