Concrete Transition

This concrete transition was the last step in joining the asphalt driveway and shop pad. Total size of the pour was 24′ x 8′, and there was some contour work on the side that adjoins with the asphalt. We cut the asphalt, prepared and graded the base, tied a rebar ring, poured, screeded as we poured, floated, added an edge radius, troweled, and broomed the concrete.

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Photo by Darin Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Darin Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Darin Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Darin Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Derek Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Derek Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Derek Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Derek Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Derek Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Derek Peterson, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Phillip Tarvin, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Phillip Tarvin, October 2018, Florence, OR

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Photo by Phillip Tarvin, October 2018, Florence, OR