Under that thin layer of rock and soil is the water level
, as you can see by the height of the guy in the trench we are about 8′ under the street level – the wonders of water and pressures – the water makes this layer of soil stronger -as concrete-
Excavator, b-dozers, compactors, rollers, flatbed….a bunch of soil, stone, rebar, concrete…Happy Friday to all
dozers, compactors, rollers, flatbed….a bunch of soil, stone, rebar, concrete…Happy Friday to all
Site work activities, the things that happen underground and no one sees, but are vital for the developments
Little pieces of steel called “re-bar” go inside concrete to make “reinforced concrete” just showed up
When your manhole concrete structures arrive on site is the final piece of the puzzle for interlocking drainage system
Coordination efforts: Design-Installation-Relocation electrical service over easement portion…incredible to see things work and getting it done efficiently without disturbing any power activities of the site or neighbors
Nothing like the smell of construction in the mid-morning…cheers to fellow construction/developer teammates, have a great Friday!!!
Open – Tap – Install – Close – 1, 2, 3….Hydrant installation in one day, Site crew working in conjunction with city crew make it happen!
Installation of a brand new state of the art top-technology DRAINAGE system. This R-tank configuration is built underground and prevents flooding when sewer systems do not allow the proper flow.