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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Barge Man, Dec 1, 2009.
A few more for ya
The unload process is simple
1 Place Rock
2 Wash Rock
3 Check Grade
4 Finished Product
Nice pics. It seems like it would be a fun line of work. The lake looks nice too. Is is private?
Ok dumb question. Why do you need to wash the rock?
I do it sometimes to wash all the fines out of the rock and make it look good.
haha I love the grade check is that a laser you are using?? Lol
Ok thanks, I didn't know if it was required for some environmental regulation or if it was to prevent plants from growing in the fines and wrecking the wall.
Glad you came over too BM! love this pics marine work is interesting as hell to me. I dont think we'll be getting bored anytime soon! do you do your own trucking or hire it out? Nice equipment!
These are some of the finished product and where we load the barge.
nedly05-on big projects like this we sub it out but if it is around 500 ton or less we truck it ourselves.