Sean, The Field Supervisor, mixed fresh concrete right at the job site offering more flexibility and better quality.
When Sean arrived at the job site, all the walkways that had to be replaced were nicely framed out.
Wheel barrows were used to transport the concrete from the truck to the walkway areas.
All the walkway sections were nice edged and finished.
Our contracting Division was replacing walkways for a community in Woodbridge, NJ and needed a few yards of concrete to be delivered. The Contracting coordinator placed the concrete order, and the Concrete dispatcher made arrangements to get the concrete they needed delivered.
Sean, The Field Supervisor, was out to make the delivery. Sean parked the truck right in front of the building were they were replacing the walkways and poured the concrete into wheel barrows so it could be transported tot he areas they were working on. Two crew members transported the concrete and the other two took care of floating, finishing, and edging the concrete. Once all the concrete was out of the truck, Sean washed the chute to ensure quality. 8 yards of 4500 PSI were successfully delivered. All the section that had to be replaced were completed and nicely finished. The concrete was taken out in a timely manner, and the community was very pleased with their brand new walkways.
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