Quality 1st Concrete Specialist, Carlos, had to make a delivery to Aberdeen for a sidewalk replacement job. Carlos cleans his truck after every pour to make sure that it's ready for his next delivery. This will prevent any concrete from drying up and causing problems for a future concrete pour. Once the truck is clean, he loads it with stone and sand to create the perfect texture on site. Once he arrived, the truck was parked right next to the sidewalk area being replaced, where he began to mix the concrete and dispense it into the sidewalk.
A homeowner in Monmouth County was having a tennis court done at his house and needed about 60 yards of concrete to be delivered on a Saturday. The homeowner contacted Quality Concrete to get a quote and schedule the delivery. When he called their office, the Concrete Coordinator provided him with a price over the phone, and scheduled the delivery for him.
The day of the delivery, the Field Supervisor and two Senior Concrete Specialists were in charge of bringing the concrete over to the property. Three concrete trucks were out early in the morning to bring the first 30 yards of concrete. The tennis court area was nicely framed out, and the crew at the job site was ready to start the pour. One by one, the first truck began to mix fresh concrete right there and then, and poured the concrete directly into the tennis court. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the site floated and finished the concrete. Once all the concrete was taken out of the first truck, the second one began to mix fresh concrete, and so on. 67 yards of concrete were successfully delivered. At the end of the pour, the homeowner was able to remit payment directly to the Field Supervisor. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the homeowner was very satisfied with the service provided by Quality Concrete.
Quality 1st Concrete was hired to pour freshly mixed concrete in Perth Amboy, NJ for a walkway at the park. Carlos Ordonez, Senior Concrete Driver, arrived at the site with the concrete ready to be poured. The pour was successful as the contractors got the exact amount they needed.
Carlos, our Concrete Specialist, loaded his truck to prepare for a delivery down in Asbury Park, NJ. New footings were needed in a building, so Quality 1st mixed the concrete right on site. This allowed the company to use only the amount they needed and therefore they only had to pay for concrete that was used.
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