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Posted: 27 May 2018,20:27 QUOTE

gorgeous work Ashley! makes me smile just looking at it  mate
top top notch
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Posted: 27 May 2018,23:08 QUOTE

It must enjoyable doing work like that, been looking to find a fault somewhere and gave up, excellent job

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Posted: 28 May 2018,20:11 QUOTE

Cheers Tony & Jim appreciate it &#128077;&#127995;

My photo bucket seems to be working ok now Tony.


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Posted: 28 May 2018,21:01 QUOTE

Quote (country boy @ 27 May 2018,23:08)
been looking to find a fault somewhere and gave up, excellent job

Jim

Be easier to do a rubik cube with one hand blindfold than to find any fault there  :;):   :)
Cracking work.


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Posted: 29 May 2018,14:16 QUOTE

Stunning work mate

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Posted: 30 May 2018,17:51 QUOTE

Nice one lads  :D

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Posted: 07 July 2018,09:51 QUOTE

Granite sett driveway going in and a couple of carvings.















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Posted: 12 July 2018,22:32 QUOTE

It's been a busy few months for us - probably one of the nicest projects to work on for a good while was resurfacing the pathways in our local award-winning park - some 1600m2 and 300 tonnes of SMA hand laid - machine lay not possible in most areas due to access, shape and size of pathways.

Too good an opportunity not to miss to send my new drone up to take a finished photo of the project!



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Last week we crushed up all our sorted concrete waste at our EA-approved waste site to produce a graded certified recycled aggregate - no 6F2 Bingo here! Being in total control of what we recycle stops the lumps of wood, plastic etc etc appearing in the end product.

Some 1100 tonnes produced in a little over a day. The Terex Finlay J1160 crusher is a hungry beast, crunching through concrete as fast as a 14 ton machine with a 4ft bucket can load it!



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Posted: 12 July 2018,23:29 QUOTE

excellent work Dave and Ashley :-)
is it not chancing it a bit carving stone in situ Ashley?
and what is the situation like with dust suppression for you Dave? our skip man wanted a crusher but the council said no
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Posted: 13 July 2018,20:30 QUOTE

No it doesn't make much difference Tony as long as its decent to carve there isn't much that can't be put right if you do make a mistake. 7k pillars though so I took it steady :;):

Great that park Dave looks painted on :D


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Posted: 13 July 2018,21:06 QUOTE

Quote (Dave_L @ 12 July 2018,22:36)
Last week we crushed up all our sorted concrete waste at our EA-approved waste site to produce a graded certified recycled aggregate - no 6F2 Bingo here! Being in total control of what we recycle stops the lumps of wood, plastic etc etc appearing in the end product.

Some 1100 tonnes produced in a little over a day. The Terex Finlay J1160 crusher is a hungry beast, crunching through concrete as fast as a 14 ton machine with a 4ft bucket can load it!


what kind of cost is one of these crushers for a day??

I know what you mean about controlling what goes in the crusher.thats why i produce my own stuff. got fed up with the rubbish that was being delivered!


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Posted: 14 July 2018,07:09 QUOTE

Loverly job there Dempsey, what are you jointing the granite with?

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Posted: 14 July 2018,09:48 QUOTE

Cheers mike its getting slurried.

2 x 4m-dust grano
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Posted: 15 July 2018,00:04 QUOTE

saw your tweet about the carving

a tragedy mate
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Posted: 15 July 2018,12:00 QUOTE

I know mate about 25hrs work in it. Sent a few before with no problems this was the first time Ive used fragile tape !! Might send they on a pallet from now on.

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Posted: 25 Dec. 2018,13:47 QUOTE

4600m2 town centre car park resurfaced and re-lined in Taunton, Somerset - Looks like a Stealth bomber!

430 tons of 10mm SMA machine laid, car park remained partially open while we worked, either side of the town carnival weekend! Was a challenge at times, but we did it.



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Posted: 27 Dec. 2018,17:08 QUOTE

Looks the business there dave. Hlw long did it take?
Was  it an overlay?


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Posted: 27 Dec. 2018,19:38 QUOTE

The whole job took just over 8 working days - plane off the existing asphalt to receive the new overlay - which was only really around the gullies and perimeter - think we only took about 50 ton off the job.
The bit that made it easier - was that the perimeter posts (one every couple of metres) were being replaced - so we just snapped the old ones off, forced whatever was left down into the ground with a jackhammer and then we could perimeter plane to the outside - and them machine lay the whole shebang - otherwise imagine working around countless perimeter posts - making the job perfect for the client and easier for us.


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Posted: 27 Dec. 2018,22:21 QUOTE

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The whole job took just over 8 working days - plane off the existing asphalt to receive the new overlay - which was only really around the gullies and perimeter - think we only took about 50 ton off the job.
The bit that made it easier - was that the perimeter posts (one every couple of metres) were being replaced - so we just snapped the old ones off, forced whatever was left down into the ground with a jackhammer and then we could perimeter plane to the outside - and them machine lay the whole shebang - otherwise imagine working around countless perimeter posts - making the job perfect for the client and easier for us.

Sounds like a result tnat with the posts.
Round here, road planings are now like hens teeth. Cant sem to get them for farm tracks anymore.


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