Concrete driver Sean and Concrete Dispatcher Jon are ready to help out in Union Beach, NJ.
The Concrete truck is on the scene and ready to help.
Green Monster Truck is ready to pour the freshest and creamiest concrete.
Quality Concrete donated this walkway for the Sandy devastated home in Union Beach, N.J.
A new walkway was needed in Union Beach after Hurricane Sandy's damage.
Gateway Church of Christ disaster relief spearheaded the project.
Volunteers from several organizations are helping out and preparing for the concrete to be poured.
Concrete specialist Sean is preparing to pour for the donation project.
Quality Concrete poured at this home in Union Beach, N.J. for a brand new walkway.
The concrete mixer is ready for action.
Pouring concrete ready for walkway.
Volunteer Jim from Barclays in NY lends a helping hand.
Volunteers are spreading the concrete out evenly.
Volunteers pour Quality Concrete out onto the soon-to-be walkway.
The new walkway is coming along.
One part of the project looks complete with the concrete that was leveled perfectly smooth.
Volunteers make sure the walkway is smooth for this home in Union, Beach New Jersey.
Lawn sign promotion from our sister company Quality 1st Basement Systems.
The concrete walkway is almost finished just one more pour is needed!
The walkway is almost complete.
Sean hoses down the concrete area to make sure there is no mess left behind!
Volunteers make sure the walkway is smooth.
Walkway is completed and ready to be walked on tomorrow.
One final task and the caution tape is ready to go up!
The water tower in Union Beach.
Marketing Coordinator Jazz Pared is happy to be on site volunteering to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Media is ready for the Gov. Chris Christie to speak.
Mayor Paul James Smith with Gov. Chris Christie in Union Beach.
NJ First Lady Mary Pat Christie, with Union Beach Mayor, Chris Christie and Gateway Director thank all of the volunteers including Quality Concrete.
Homeowner John C. age 75 is so thankful for the restoration done on his home.
John's wife Angela C. with Chris Christie.
Gov. Chris Christie with homeowners John and Angela C. in Union, Beach. NJ.
October 29th, 2013 marked the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. Gov. Chris Christie spent the day visiting towns that were devastated by Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey such as Seaside Park, Sayreville, and Union Beach. Quality Concrete donated concrete for a home restoration project for victims affected by Hurricane Sandy, in Union Beach. Several companies volunteered such as New Jersey Hope and Healing, United Way, Fedex Cares, New Jersey Cares, and Gateway New Jersey.
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