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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Krafty, Aug 17, 2010.
Cool, I like walls that are not tiered more and more. They will have a nice space when it's done.
Thanks guys I apperciate the comments. Still in the plans for the pavers are a small stone fire ring built into the pavers, and 48" stone columns with 42" powder coated aluminum fence in the middle.
good looking wall how long did take you to do it
Nice wall, man that thing is big.
When the pavers are all said and done they will have about 1300sq ft total of patio space. That crew has two guys on it and just for the wall including excavation was a little over three weeks.
Here are a few more pics just spreading a little stone on a driveway. Contractor we do alot of work for built the garage addition. It looks pretty sweet with all of the stone mixed in with the siding.
Man that wall looks good. I always like a job that you can stand back on a say "Damn that looks good"
Geeze-o-pete Krafty, it's about time....it's 2010!!! Just flippin' chit, Bud....
Your wall looks incredible.....It just shouts the pride and workmanship you put into your jobs....
Hahaha and Im still young I should be up with the times!
So far it is our biggest wall to date so it should really be a show piece for us once it is finished. My guys put a lot of hard work into it, and they are really proud of it too!
Best employees to have are the ones who are proud of thier work too
Little two day wall project we worked on. Wish I would have got some more action pics. There was a ton of material that was hauled off of this job. Took out the upper tie wall and upper steps. Re graded the yard for proper drainange. It was done this way due to budget constraints.