With any new job understanding the blueprints and the layout allow the job to start out smoother
Having a birdseye view of the project helps understand the layout better. It also lets us use our drone more.
Having the proper equipment helps with any job. Special shot out to Howard’s Earth boring.
This Area will become a swimming pool and we cant wait to see it
Estimating dirt is has become a science. Because what you take out does no go back in…
We are using #5 rebar at 12 inches on center. This will allow for maximum strength
Over 2 tons of #5 rebar was used for this project. We use 16 duplex nails to help it stay against the concrete forms.
The only way to make this corner work was to build it at an angle.
Making sure our concrete forms are built correctly allows us to have a good pour day and give us apeace of mind knowing we will not have a blowout.
We love to see how it all comes together. The white pipes in the back are SDR-35 4 inch drainage pipe. We also added some low voltage lights. This will allow the client to see at night and an added bit of safety
The swimming pool is finally in. This project is starting to take shape. However we are only about 80% completed on our portion of the hardscape part
We added some concrete stairs to get us to the next level.
Walnut Creek Retaining Wall: The crazy part about this job was trying to keep it 3 feet from the neighbor fence.
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