Our Story

Our Past

ZKB has been in existence since 2002, although the genesis of ZKB finds its roots in Metro Tool and Manufacturing, Inc (1977). Over the years, our family has been involved in a variety of services that provide customers with the means of accomplishing their dreams. As of late, our company has deconstructed and been reconstructed to focus on two primary services. The first includes all things concrete. And the second involves all things landscaping. Check out a few stories from our past that discuss work done within these two areas of operation. 

Our Present

ZKB Services has recently experienced significant growth; just this year, ZKB has acquired over 200 projects in commercial concrete, landscaping and litter management. This year alone, ZKB has experienced over 2 million dollars in developmental experience, providing significant growth and progress for the Bluegrass.  

Our Future

Our Hoped-For-Future revolves around our innovative desire to bring creative concrete, lawn care, and developmental solutions to the residents all across the Bluegrass region. Our aim is treat to everyone we encounter with love, respect, and dignity, providing for individuals and companies with aesthetically pleasing and high-quality concrete and lawn care services that contributes to the overall enrichment of great state of Kentucky. 


Testimonials

ZKB is a key player in creative advancement of downtown Lexington; providing for its residents, beautiful lawns to play on, breath-taking landscapes to enjoy, and the creation and care of Lexington’s downtown culture.
— Superintendent of Parks and Recreation
ZKB Services provided a creative and fun outlet for students at Wellington Elementary. Creating a unique design, crafting a safe place, and laying the foundational work for Wellington elementary, ZKB made it possible for other businesses to develop our playground.
— Wellington Elementary spokesperson
ZKB has made it possible for the residents of Lexington to get around safely and efficiently by creating and crafting over 200 handicap ramps
— Resident of the Bluegrass