Concrete Prices. The average cost of concrete is $119 to $147 per cubic yard, which includes delivery up to 20 miles.Pouring plain concrete costs $5 to $10 per square foot depending on the quality, while colored, stamped, or stained concrete costs $8 to $18 per square foot to install.

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What does concrete cost per yard? How much does Concrete Cost? Here are 4 popular concrete mix designs used by most concrete contractors. 2500 PSI CONCRETE WITH 3/4" STONE = $98.50 PER YARD; 3000 PSI CONCRETE WITH 3/4" STONE = $102.00 PER YARD; 3500 PSI CONCRETE WITH 3/4" STONE = $106.00 PER YARD; 4000 PSI CONCRETE WITH 3/4" STONE = $114.00 PER YARD…

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$8.00 per yard: Extra Cement Per 1/2 Bag: $3.00 per yard: Extra Lime Rock Per 10%: $3.00 per yard: No Fly Ash: $4.50 per yard: Calcium Chloride per 1%: $4.50 per yard: Non-Chloride Accelerator per 1%: $5.00 per yard: Superplasticizer: $7.50 per yard: Hot Water: $4.50 per yard: Winter Service (Dec 1 through Mar 15) $4.50 per yard: We reserve the ...

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Use our concrete calculator to get an estimated amount of concrete for your next project. To get a quote, request an estimate with your project details.

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Sono Tube Calculator. To ensure accurate ordering, Suzio York Hill offers the following calculator for Sono Tube fill. Based on the fixed diameter and depth (or height) of the sono tubes for a project, our customers can get an accurate calculation of the amount of ready-mix concrete needed to fill that sono tube. For example, a sono tube with a ...

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Jan 16, 2007· The flowable fill will save me a ton of time backfilling. That saves me man hours and also saves me $60 bucks an hour for the water truck to sit there as i backfill. When its all said and done i bet it only cost me an extra 500 a pool which easy to sell.

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Flowable fill mixtures are usually comprised of combinations of cement, water, fine aggregate, and fly ash or slag. Due to the nature of the product, many materials that do not meet the quality standards for use in concrete have been used successfully in flowable fill mixtures.

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indicates that when all factors are considered flowable fill is a cost effective trench backfill method. When compared on direct costs (materials, labor, and equipment) with identical conditions, flowable fill costs approximately $9.50 per linear foot of pipe more

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*If your completed order exceeds 5 yards, first yard becomes $124.00 NOTE: If your time per truck exceeds 1 hour, we charge $1.50/minute overtime. Night Delivery 6PM to 6AM - Available on request** Sunday Delivery - Available on request** 3000 - 5000 PSI concrete available. Above prices are for 3000 PSI. Grout Mix Available; Flowable Fill available

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That's 27 gallons of water per cubic yard of concrete. Water weighs 8.34 pounds per gallon. That = 225 pounds of water per cubic yard (27 x 8.34) rounded off. OR 133 kg of water per cubic meter of concrete. This is a pretty dry mixture based on my experience. We usually add some water to the mix when it shows up on the job-site to make it more ...

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Total labor/hour for granular fill $228.30 * National Industry Average incl. overhead costs. NRMCA. Flowable Fill vs. Granular Fill. Flowable Fill. Placement $36.99 Compaction n/a Heavy Equipment n/a Total labor for Flowable Fill $36.99 Total labor for granular fill $228.30

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Order of less than one (1) yard shall be charged at the rate of a full yard plus $125.00 per trip minimum load charge. A minimum concrete charge of $125.00 per trip shall be charged on any delivery of less than five (5) yards. SATURDAY DELIVERY. Saturday delivery surcharge $10.00 per yard. Saturday's minimum delivery charge will be $150.00 ...

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The cost to Backfill a Trench starts at $1.95 - $8.39 per linear foot, but can vary significantly with site conditions and options. Get fair costs for your SPECIFIC project requirements. See typical tasks and time to backfill a trench, along with per unit costs and material requirements. See professionally prepared estimates for trench backfilling work.

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$97.86 - $109.56 per cubic yard (3,000 psi 3/4" crushed stone) Estimated quote for concrete delivery is included. Includes delivery of concrete material (3,000 psi, 3/4" stone). Cost does not include long-distance deliveries or reinforcing materials. Reported by: ProMatcher Research Team: 59102, Billings, Montana - June 4, 2018

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Although price per cubic yard of flowable fill is more expensive than other backfill materials, flowable fill proves to reduce in-place costs across the board. On one job recently in Houston, more than $12,000 was saved by using flowable fill, and this savings is not unusual.

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Jul 24, 2019· Re: Cement, Flowable Fill, Grout, Slurry I think I responded to the wrong person on this earlier: If you have a nursery around you, they might have soil with no organics, and around here in Tennessee we can get it for $20.00 per scoop of approximately a yard.

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With flowable fill, workers need not be in the excavation, resulting in cost savings from less excavation and no shoring. Figure 5-2: Flowable fill eliminates the need for manual compaction. Figure 5-3: Flowable fill can be used to backfill very narrow trenches. Mix Design and Specification Requirements

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Flowable fill is also less permeable, thus more resistant to erosion. For use as a permanent structural fill, flowable fill can be designed to achieve 28 day compressive strengths as high as 1200 psi. Can Be Excavated - Flowable fill having compressive strengths of 50 to 100 psi can be easily excavated with conventional digging equipment, yet ...

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Use our feet and inches calculator to calculate a length in inches or millimeters. To get the radius of the pipe divide the diameter by 2. To get the radius of the pipe divide the diameter by 2. If you're unsure what the inner diameter of a pipe is but you know the outer diameter refer to the common pipe dimensions tables to find the most ...

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For over a century, Dolese Bros. Co. has provided the aggregates, concrete, and products used to build the world around us. The company's dedication to service and quality has helped it grow from humble beginnings to a three-state 1,000-employee operation.

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$86.66 - $97.02 per cubic yard (3,000 psi 3/4" crushed stone) Estimate for concrete delivery is included. No additional charge for 3,000 psi concrete with 3/4 inch crushed stone. Cost does not take into account concrete demolition, additives, rebar, or wire mesh. Reported by: ProMatcher Research Team: 38101, Memphis, Tennessee - June 4, 2018

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Title Address Description; Badger Ready Mix: 11836 Pleasant Valley Rd Kuna, ID 83634: 208-362-4244: Maddens Ready Mix: 10340 Highway 20/26 Caldwell, ID 83605

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Concrete is used to make pavements, pipes, architectural structures, foundations, roads and bridges, walls and footings, etc. Concrete is one of the most man-made materials used in the world. Concrete powers a U.S. 35 billion dollar industry which employs more than two million people.

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Flowable Fill can: Cut Costs. Because it flows into place and settles on its own, flowable fill reduces the cost of manpower and equipment. While traditional compacted fill requires two laborers for placement and two laborers for compaction, flowable fill requires …

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Controlled Density Fill (CDF) Where can I Use Controlled Density Fill? CDF, or flowable fill is composed of water, portland cement, fine aggregate, and fly ash or slag cement. It is a fluid material with typical slumps of 10 inches or more, and has the consistency of a milk shake.

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Flowable fill is sometimes referred to as controlled density fill (CDF), controlled low strength material (CLSM), lean concrete slurry, and unshrinkable fill. Flowable fill is defined by the American Concrete Institute (ACI) as a self-compacting cementitious material that is in a flowable state at placement and has a compressive strength of 8.3 ...

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Properties of Flowable Fill Concrete. It has high lump (nearly 9 inch) but the strength is low, commonly 100 PSI (0.7 Mpa) in 28 days. It has low cementitious mix, does not hydrate and it settles and dewaters.

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