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Spreading Clay at the Rock Creek Substation.This project consisted of spreading a thin layer of clay over large surface areas in preparation for a blending operation.
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Placing Screened TopsoilAs you can see the screened soil makes a very good product to work with - requiring very little hand work.
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Screening TopsoilOn this project we prescreened the topsoil pile before placing it with our CAD Truck. Prescreening this native soil improved both the placement production and eliminated the need to remove rocks, grass or other debris after soil placement. When shooting soil with a CAD unit the larger material will always end up on top.
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Placing Rock at the Pendleton I-84 Exit 207 Project.
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Placing Topsoil in a Bio-Swale at the La-Grande Industrial Park.This method worked very well; the finished product was excellent. General Contractor - Mike Becker General Contractor, Inc.
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Placing Gravel Ground Cover
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Placing River Rock on a Slope
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Placing River Rock over Retaining Wall
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Placing River RockThe ATP-20 works well in tight areas.
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Placing River Rock above Retaining Wall
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Bark Placed in Round AboutThis is a finished project completed by Sun Scapes in Tri-Cites.
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Placing Bark in Tri-Cities.Using a CAD Truck to place bark in hard to reach areas saves time and money.
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