Joyce Bryant

Top Tips to Follow When Selecting a Concrete Pump

Building technology keeps getting better by the day. Previously, when builders wanted to move liquid concrete from one part of the building to another, they had to carry it manually. This is a tedious process which takes time, and at times, it does not help achieve the ideal results of the pumping process. A concrete pump sucks the liquid concrete from the point where it is being mixed and conveys it to where the builders are doing the casting. Read More 

Things to Avoid When Operating the Tray Top Semi-Trailer

A tray top semi-trailer is a great addition to any construction firm. These trailers are ideal when moving equipment to different areas of the construction site. Today, construction sites are busy with construction motors coming in and out. The good thing with using tray tops is that they do not have restrictions for loading and offloading. Thus, they offer speed and efficiency during the process. But you need to take precautions when using the semi-trailers as they open from all sides. Read More 

All You Need To Know About Construction Scaffolding

Scaffolding refers to temporary platforms used by construction workers when working at elevated areas. Read the excerpt below to learn more about scaffolding. When Should You Use Scaffolding?  Scaffolding has a wide variety of applications. For example, it could be used when installing internal fixtures such as curtain rods, gypsum ceilings or electrical wiring. Bricklayers, painters and window cleaners often use scaffolds. The primary benefit of scaffolding is that it provides a platform where you can place working equipment. Read More 

A Guide to Crushed Rock

If you are in the market for crushed rock, you might have paving, construction, piping, drainage, landscaping, fish pond, aquarium or water fountain crushed rock needs. Here's a simple guide to help you know what you might come across and make the correct choices: Terminologies for Crushed Rocks You Might Come Across You might come across the terms aggregate (recycled concrete, crushed stone, gravel, granite, slag, etc.), crushed concrete and scoria (rocks from a volcano). Read More 

How To Choose a Company To Transport Your Heavy Construction Equipment

As a contractor, you may need to transport heavy construction equipment such as excavators, bulldozers, backhoe loaders and telescopic handlers. The extract below discusses the various considerations you should make when choosing a company to transport heavy construction equipment.  Reputation The transport company should have an excellent reputation. Seek referrals and testimonials from contractors that have used similar services in the past. Inquire about the following:  Does the company have experienced staff and equipment to load and transport your equipment? Read More