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just picked up 26,000 feet of 6" rural water main yesterday. :clap::clap: 7' deep, dig and doze, no compaction....we're hoping for average of 1500' a day. here's a pic of the route.
 

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Is it just me or when you have to use a satellite map as a blueprint perhaps you should refer to it as more than a "job"? :laughing:

Best of luck, hope you get it all done before the snow.
 

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hoo hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lay pipe!!:clap::clap::clap:
what kind of material are you put'n in? Was the bid a rip-it and read-it or did you ease into a deal like an old man into a warm bath;)
 

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hoo hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lay pipe!!:clap::clap::clap:
what kind of material are you put'n in? Was the bid a rip-it and read-it or did you ease into a deal like an old man into a warm bath;)

all 6" class 200 PVC. no, we had to bid it. it's a labor only job, the system is providing all the material. this work typically is VERY competitive. we left 13 cents a foot on the table on the pipe, i feel pretty good about that, there was 4% spread tween me and 2nd.
 

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just picked up 26,000 feet of 6" rural water main yesterday. :clap::clap: 7' deep, dig and doze, no compaction....we're hoping for average of 1500' a day. here's a pic of the route.
1500 lft per day!!!!!!!!

Geeze, take your time a little. There may not be another job for a while.:blink:
 
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