Managing a building site is a complicated task with many competing demands on your time. You will need to ensure that each team is in place with the right equipment precisely when they are needed and that they will be finished at the right point so that the next team is not standing idle waiting to move into position. To keep each of those teams employed means being certain that all of your needed supplies are delivered to the site at the right time and that they have been moved into position ready to be used when they are needed. Balancing all of these concerns isn't easy and it becomes more complicated when you think about the use of concrete on your building site.
Why use concrete pumping?
Concrete is one of the most widely used and versatile building materials. It can be used in almost any part of construction from the foundations to the roof. It is strong and long-lasting but it does come with problems of its own. Unlike timber and brick which can be stored until they are needed, concrete is supplied in a liquid state and will need to set in position. Traditionally, concrete was prepared on-site before being poured into the foundations, but this tended to slow down work on the site and could be labour intensive and potentially dangerous with lots of workers running around will wheelbarrows full on concrete. Today, concrete pumping is almost always a more reliable technique for concrete pouring.
Here are two advantages that concrete pumping can bring to your construction site:
Much faster operation - When you use concrete pumping, all of the concrete you need will arrive in a concrete pumping truck and be delivered directly to the place where it is needed. You no longer need to be concerned about mixing concrete yourself or delivering it from the mixing site to your worksite. Concrete pumping puts the concrete directly where it is needed
Less labour intensive - Mixing your concrete takes time and uses a lot of your workers that could be better employed elsewhere. When you hire a concrete pumping truck, it comes with a team of workers who will be responsible for all the pumping work, freeing your team to continue their work elsewhere on the site.
Give a local concrete pumping company a call today and find out how they can help your next construction project.Share