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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by etwman, Dec 20, 2002.
you guys arent hauling the concrete out by yourselves are you?
Been there - done that!
I would image you have a crew taking out the crete and they probably grind/recyle the old. All that money at one time being taken out.
In my climate, i do take out a few patio's due to cracking etc. I have yet to tear out a paver patio/walk/drive due to cracking.
Can't wait to see the 'after' pictures!
You got it brother. Not meant for the winters up here. Can't wait for the afters.
P.S. Over 1000 posts!
Wow, that golf course looks amazing. You sure have your head screwed on straight! Nice job.
Yeah, there are two absolutes with concrete. It is hard. It will crack. I'm sure it will look awesome when finished.
Can't Wait to see pics!!
I just got through reading the thread and you guys have done some very nice work.
do you use tireshine or anything. also do you wax that tailer....shiny!
We've been there 6 days and this is where we are at.
6534 sf of pavers down
5 tractor trailer loads, 53 skids, 172,000 lbs of pavers.
4 man crew
Perimeter cuts tomorrow and sand
Gone by 5 p.m. Friday, that'll be day 7.
On too the next one.
As I read your stats for the job, I was figuring that the pattern was something simple!
So what did you to to insure that the pattern met up properly as you made your way around the circle. Around a pool I always run a ton of lines. It doesn't look like you could run a ton of string lines on that job.
I assume you subbed out the concrete removal/excavation. It had to be near 250 yards excavated if there is a 12 inch base.