Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, arrived at the job site on time to start the pour.
The first 10 yards were delivered in a timely manner. The concrete was mixed right on site giving the Contracting Crew more time to work the concrete.
Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialist, was in charge of making the second delivery.
The Contracting Crew floated an finished the concrete.
Our Contracting Division was working at a McDonald's in Linden, NJ pouring their driveway and other concrete areas. They needed about 40 yards pf concrete and scheduled the deliveries with Quality Concrete. The office staff worked together to make all the arrangements needed to get the concrete out to them on time. The Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed for the pours and scheduled the deliveries.
Jay and Carlos, Senior Concrete Specialists, were in charge of making the deliveries. Jay contacted the contracting foreman before he left the concrete plant to infirm him that he was on his way to the job site. He brought the first 10 yards at around 8:00 am. When jay arrived, the areas that needed to be poured were already framed and formed out. The crew was ready to start the pour, so fresh concrete was made for them right there and then. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility and better quality. Once all the concrete was out of the truck, the chute was washed out to ensure quality. Jay drove back to the concrete plant to reload his truck. The contracting crew needed about an hour between trucks, so Carlos arrived at 9:00 am with the second delivery. As the concrete was being poured, the Contracting Crew floated, finished, and edged the concrete. Jay was back at around 10:00 am with the third delivery, and Carlos brought the last 10 yards at around noon time. 40 yards of 4500 PSI were successfully delivered. All the framed out areas were nicely poured and finished. The job was completed in a timely manner, and excellent and professional service was provided.
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