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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by crab, Jul 18, 2007.
just dug this very sandy!!!!!!lots of overdig.
sorry here it is ,still not a master of the pc.
this is one more,with the cribbing and I beams and what have you.
What exactly are they doing there? Just puting a foundation under the existing house and adding on or moving it out of there. Also, did you dig it with the skids in the pic?
What size Deere is that? Hard to tell in the pics.Any pics of the machine?
hey guys sorry was doing some dinner,there is a3 36 by 30 addition going in ,also the block will be reinforced and than dug out from the inside .its really just a crawl space now.the machines you see are Deere 260. Deere ct332,not seen are a Deere 310sg,and a link belt 1600 ex.this site was so sandy it ended up being about 45 by 50,easy to dig but god so tedious.
What'd you dig it with, and is that soil as sandy as it looks?
a 30 x 36 addition to a 20 x 26 house. Wouldn't it just be cheaper to start over?
it was was dug with a excavator,and yas that is pretty much beach sand [i cant begin to tell you how frustrating it is to have it graded just right and then have 4 feet cave in],and site s it is not cheaper were i live to start over,keeping the existing structure saves alot of permitting ,also this house is pretty old ,guys a friend and builder so i was really just helping him,its been in his family for along time.you can see the section we demolished ,and i know its hard to see but this is is a 10 deep cellar.nothing special just thought you guys would like it.
I would have been really nervous walking the excavator out of that hole.