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Gunguy45: Yes, that is certainly an option...

Gunguy45:

Yes, that is certainly an option for us- we can get the constituent products up there no problem at all. But even if we go that route, we still can't make the concrete fast enough to do...
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BridgeMan45 : This is probably where we are...

BridgeMan45 :

This is probably where we are going to end up. However, we still can't do an entire perimeter footing in one pour which means we'll have cold joints.

If we do this how long should...
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Pecos, Tolyn: Thanks for your replies. The...

Pecos, Tolyn:

Thanks for your replies. The property in question is land-locked, and there is no suitable building site within 4000 feet of a road that can accommodate a concrete truck. We did look...
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Hi Chandler, Thanks for the reply. Yeah, we...

Hi Chandler,

Thanks for the reply. Yeah, we did the math too- and it is daunting:

Without the apron footing we calculated 15 cu yards @ 4" deep. Convert to feet is 397 cu feet. At .5 cu ft per...
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Posted By flyfast

30 foot by 40 foot concrete slab with bag Quikrete?

... lol. Now that I have your attention, please hear me out about this project.

We are a non-profit wildlife management organization, and have been given a 150 acre tract of land in Central Texas....
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