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.
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A contractor in Middlesex County was pouring a small sidewalk in Perth Amboy, NJ and needed a concrete delivery. He had used Quality 1st Concrete before, so he decided to call them to schedule the pour. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator collected all the new information needed to make the new delivery, and got him on the calendar.
Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. The contractor ordered 2 yards of concrete so Jay made sure to load his truck with enough material to make 2 yards. When Jay was on his way to the job site, he contacted the contractor to introduce himself and provide him with an estimates time of arrival.
Once at the site, the trucked was parked in front of the framed out sidewalk. The chute was extended out, and placed above the formed area. Fresh concrete was mixed right there and then and poured directly into the sidewalk. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility, better quality, and waste is avoided. As the concrete was being poured, the crew at the site took care of the floating and finishing.
At the end of the delivery, the contractor only used 1.5 yards out of the two that he ordered. With the mobile mixer truck only 1.5 yards were mixed, so the contractor only paid for the amount of concrete that he used. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality 1st Concrete.
A contractor in Middlesex County was pouring a small sidewalk and needed about a yard of concrete to be delivered. He was having a hard time finding a company to make a small delivery, so he went online looking for a company that would. He was searching for a local provider to make the delivery at an affordable price. He came across the Quality Concrete website, read about their service and decided to give them a call. When he contacted their office, the Concrete Coordinator informed him that delivering a yard of concrete would not be a problem. She also collected all the information needed for the pour and got him on the calendar.
Sean, the Field Supervisor, was out to make the delivery. When he was on his way to the job site, Sean contacted the contractor to introduce himself and provide him with an estimated time of arrival. When Sean arrived, he parked the truck right in front of the framed out sidewalk and got out of the truck. The chute was extended out and placed right above the sidewalk area. Fresh concrete was mixed for the contractor right there and then and poured directly into the sidewalk. Mixing the concrete on site offers more flexibility and better quality. The concrete was taken out of the truck in a timely manner. At the end of the delivery the chute was washed out to ensure quality at the next delivery. The contractor was able to remit payment directly to the driver using his credit card. The job was successfully completed, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by the staff at Quality Concrete.
A Contractor in Middlesex County was pouring a walkway in Perth Amboy, NJ and needed concrete delivered. He had seen a Quality Concrete truck on the road and, wrote down their number, and decided to give them a call. When he contacted their office, the concrete coordinator helped him calculate hoe munch concrete he would need, gave him a price over the phone, and scheduled the delivery.
Sean, the Field Supervisor, was assigned to make the delivery. The contractor needed about 2 yards of concrete. He checked his truck and ,and made sure that he had enough material to make the delivery. He gave the contractor a call to inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Sean arrived, the contractor showed him the area that they were working. The walkway was behind the house, so the truck was backed up into the driveway to get closer to the back of the house. Fresh concrete was made for the contractor and poured into wheel barrows. Using the wheelbarrows, the concrete was transported to the walkway area. Two crew members brought the concrete over to the framed out walkway, and another 2 floated and finished the concrete. Once all the concrete was out of the truck, Sean washed the chute to ensure quality at his next delivery. At the end of the delivery the contractor was able to make a payment directly to the driver with a check. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the contractor was very pleased with the service provided by Quality Concrete.
Quality Concrete was started in 2004 to supply concrete for our Contracting Division. Since then, Quality Concrete has delivered for every contractinf job. Contracting was working on a project in Middlesex County and needed concrete in Perth Amboy, NJ. The Contracting manager contacted the Concrete Coordinator and schedule the delivery.
Jay, Senior Concrete Specialist, was out to make the delivery. He brought 4 yard of 4500 PSI to pour a sidewalk. He parked right in front of the sidewalk, placed the chute over it, and began to make fresh concrete. Making the concrete at the job site offers more flexibility and better quality. The concrete was poured straight into the sidewalk area, eliminating the use of wheel barrows. As Jay poured the concrete, the Contracting Crew floated, finished, and edged the sidewalks. Once all the concrete was taken out of the truck, Jay washed the chute to ensure quality at the next delivery. The job was completed in a timely manner, and the pour was a success.
Quality Concrete has been working together with the City Of Perth Amboy for many years. The Buildings and Grounds Department was working on setting up benches for one of their parks, and needed a few yards of concrete. The Property Manager in charge of the project contacted Quality Concrete to place the order. The Concrete Coordinator collected all the information needed for the order and scheduled the time for delivery that worked best for the property manager.
Sean, the Field Supervisor, was in charge of the delivery. He loaded his truck and made sure that everything was good to go for the pour. Before he left the concrete plant, he contacted the Property Manager to introduce himself, and inform him that he was on his way to the job site. When Sean arrived, the crew working there was ready to start the pour. They were pouring concrete pads to set up the benches at the park. Fresh Concrete was mixed right on site. Wheel barrows were used to transport concrete from the truck to the areas where they would be poured. Sean successfully delivered 2 yards of 3500 PSI. The benches were beautifully installed through the park. The job was completed and the City of Perth Amboy was extremely satisfied with the outstanding service provided by the Quality Concrete team.
A mason was hired to pour a driveway for a homeowner in Perth Amboy and with the weather getting colder they wanted to make sure the concrete they got was delivered fresh.
The mason looked for a mobile mixer concrete truck and found us, Quality Concrete. We were able to get a truck out to them around 1 PM, the warmest part of the day, and the driveway was able to be poured with no issues even in the month of December.