Danville Concrete Retaining Wall Footing: When you need to move some dirt call in the bull dozier and watch it go to work
Getting close to our footing grade. Amazing how much work gets done with the right equipment
Looking at a project from every angles helps sees the whole job come together
We are now down to our level to start our concrete footing The most important thing is to make sure the elevations are on point. Especially when you are working with other sub contractors.
Brought in the excavator to dig our key-way. By having a key-way and an extra wide footing it allows us not to dig piers.
Thinking about what,s next Setting up the rebar table and stakes for the footing. We will build them using 2*12 boards.
More martial is needed. 3 tons of rebar and more wood for our concrete forms. Having good a solid relationship with suppliers makes the logistics of the job work better.
Starting to set up concrete forms. Part of any concrete construction project is having the right martial and the right team
Having the know how and the right job makes big jobs seem small.
60 yards for this concrete footing. Should get the job done.
Having the right team and the right tools makes pouring concrete
As with any concrete project it takes knowledge and team work to get it done…
Danville Concrete Retaining Wall Footing:
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