Rock Solid Foundation was founded on the principles of integrity, quality and service and it is our goal to provide the industry with innovative solutions that are appropriately tested, expertly installed, and dependable to perform as promised. A key to the success of Rock Solid Foundation is the strong emphasis we place on customer service and product quality. Rock Solid Foundation provides various solutions to solve industrial and residential foundation support issues. Whether you are in need of foundation repair, new construction or commercial applications, Rock Solid Foundation will do the job right. We can assist you with preliminary project design, as well as provide the technical foundation repair information and support you can count on.
Tommy Pinion is a life long resident of Louisiana and has been in foundation industry for over 15 years, his son has been working in the business also for the past 15 years. He is currently serving his 2nd year, as Central Louisiana Home Builders Assoc. President and is a current member of the Deep Foundation Institute, and The Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce.
Tommy is certified in Post-tensioning work as well as a helical pile master installer. He has a very good working relationship with structural and geo-tech engineers throughout the state. He has been involved as a foundation consultant and PT installer on headliner projects such as Pitre Island, which is a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Mahopac, New York. Has performed work at Kent House in Alexandria, which has historical significance throughout the state. With helical piles he has installed foundation piles for a 100-year-old Sugar Mill for an expansion in the Power Plant area as well as a foundation pile for Cargill on a silo foundation. Both pile jobs he worked closely with Dr. Howard Perko who did the design and has written a book on Helical Piles. Tommy’s largest foundation repair projects were the Accent Bldg. in Monroe and Namasco Bldg. on the inter-coastal in New Orleans. He also worked as a consultant on the Cajun Welcome center in Morgan City on which 2 of the countries largest structural moving companies were engaged to lift the welcome Center back into place after sinking in the center about 4′ into the swamp.