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Placing Gravel over Conduits and Primer LinesPlacing Gravel Over Conduits and Primer Lines
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Spreading Clay at Rock Creek SubstationSpreading Clay at Rock Creek Substation
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Spreading ClaySpreading Clay for a Soil Mixing Operation
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Placing Sand over 8' walls at Boardman, ORThe ATP-20 worked very well placing sand over 8' retaining walls and a distance of 75'.
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Placing Sand at Boardman, ORThis project consisted of placing several hundred cubic yards of sand inside of a building under construction.
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Ditch Rock Placed with a CAD TruckAs you can see the rock is placed at a consistent depth while maintaining the ditch profile.
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Placing 4" Ditch Rock at Badger Mountain - Tri-Cities, WAPlacing Ditch Rock with a CAD truck is very effective. We were achieving 450' to 500' per hour with a 12' wide profile.
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Placing Gravel in Cold WeatherPlacing Gravel at Wallowa Memorial
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Wallowa Memorial Hospital
Cold Weather Operation
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Wallowa Memorial Hospital
Gravel Placement with Numerous Utility Stub-Ups
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Ultra Tracker working above the Yakima River in Richland, WACovering sand slopes with 1 1/2" Base Course Gravel as an erosion control measure.
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Utlra Tracker Placing Erosion Control GravelThe project entailed placing 1 1/2" to 2" of gravel over open sand slopes in order to stabilize blowing sand. The area was preseeded with a mixture of native grass and brush. We covered approximately 14 acres of blow sand. So far the technique appears to be working very well.
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