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Old 12-19-2014, 11:16 PM   #1
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For some reason I never took any pictures of the slab but I did of the exterior concrete paving and a little of our dinosaur wheel trencher that I love. The last site pour was roughly 13k sq, 200 yards. I wanted to break it up into two pours but the concrete supplier was booked the rest of the week so we had to knock it out in one day. Finished about 8pm.


















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That guy in the fourth picture did a nice job of hand finishing all that by himself. Plus he was done by 8?!?!

Give that man a bonus!


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That guy in the fourth picture did a nice job of hand finishing all that by himself. Plus he was done by 8?!?!

Give that man a bonus!

Ha, he had someone else helping him. It was cold that day and for whatever reason the 2% non chloride wasn't helping much. I left 4 guys to finish after we were done pouring.
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