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Demolition, clearing and grading

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by Landclearer, May 18, 2014.

  1. Landclearer

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    Hi Shimmy, thanks for asking, all is good. Just so busy down here. I really do need to post some stuff. We have some interesting jobs coming up in 2019.
     
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    Here are some pictures of a clearing job we are doing. 30 acres of pine. I wish it had another 10 years on it but it is what it is. Since we started all it has done is rain.
     
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    pics of the logging part. Got the wood stacked up and ready to load.


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    A load of pulp

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    A load of 8s

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    It’s been a long time since I posted. Seems there is never enough hours in a day. Anyway here are some pics of a flood control project we worked on. We helped out a contractor we do a ton of work for. Their Deere 350 wouldn’t lift the pads and wall sections so we brought our 350 in. We installed 60 inch pipe on these. We also did a two section one as well. F8BBE166-1287-4908-9DF9-7481D759350F.jpeg 3CA45515-9071-431B-A161-56F7EE35C207.jpeg FAD5F3AD-0E17-4354-B312-45C5DEF3040A.jpeg 5C6CB7B0-D7FB-4205-B0C3-75391F99F380.jpeg
     
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    Nice work LC!

    Good to see you back around!

    Those pre-cast headwalls are slick as snot of a doorknob. Who made them Oldcastle?
     
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    Hi CM,

    Glad to be back.

    Tindall did the precast walls. Absolutely perfect. They did a great job on them.
     
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    Not familiar with Tindall but it looks like they make a fantastic product.
     
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    These came out of their plant in Spartanburg SC. From what I understand they have a patent on the rear wings. They act as tie backs.
     
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    Good to see you back, LC.
     
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    Def nice looking head-walls, any other dissipators planned or just rip-rap?
     
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    Thanks Shimmy.

    JLarson, just the rip rap. They actually got flap gates installed on them. Once we got the pads walls and pipe in our part was done so I don’t gave any pics of the gates.
     
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    B7140189-7E1A-4204-9357-FD2C5A1AEBC4.jpeg 6DB4C1B3-1C90-4198-B358-ABCB2B3B382D.jpeg D0655CE4-B410-4C82-BE9C-C2EFED345E94.jpeg 9BF48A78-CE4F-46CF-87FA-A85B27BE01B4.jpeg A little clearing job I did about a month or two ago. It was for an auto parts store.
     
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    Starting a job for four cottages at theOcean Course in March of 20. Laying some pipe before the building went in D036C736-B72D-49BE-8EA4-5B77AA6576EB.jpeg 7327515A-EE7C-4D1B-BC2B-FF5BCC709378.jpeg 164F7E9C-E8CF-45F8-A903-3D2FD73D73BD.jpeg 31456D2E-8119-41A7-BCE4-2FC03A0CCC03.jpeg because it would have been about 11 feet deep after the building pads were in. Also our trucks hauling in fill for the pads.
     
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    A few more pics of the same job. Had to backfill in 5247F183-7662-427A-9B8E-035EC0B445ED.jpeg F1A42EF0-ECFA-4938-A388-1819906D1AE8.jpeg C1407AF4-2058-46F3-879A-71DFA1492DC6.jpeg 2A8C5452-E314-4F19-8C84-4440B94F0AAA.jpeg side of the foundations. Look at the size of the this piers for a little house.
     
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    Here are few pics of the power conduits and communication conduits we put in at the cottages 6E60700D-3CF6-49EF-904F-9B2FE237D7E3.jpeg A7F27D66-7E2E-4A21-BAF1-9A1CA860B0CD.jpeg 9F766361-C947-47BF-8777-DA2737B05043.jpeg 137697D0-8257-429F-B334-DF5FC8CA3697.jpeg
     
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    Retaining wall on the cottages. No the top is not supposed to be level 1A0411B4-4EE2-4D48-AC43-9D332D4000F4.jpeg E4722233-C11E-487E-A0F8-313442332B9B.jpeg 39DE52BA-ED37-4517-B93A-937FAAE45078.jpeg CC684AAE-AE11-4F09-935B-4EC2EE1934FB.jpeg
     
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