Did spring throw a curve into your project budget this year? No matter how many times seasons and conditions change, extra trucking costs, changing ground conditions, and delays due to access have a way of sneaking up.
This April when a client needed access through sensitive crop land, the last thing they needed was to leave a mess behind for the farmer.
With 75% road bans in effect, our Super B’s could haul 56 DURABASE™ mats per load (compared to 88 DURABASE™ mats per load in non-banned conditions). Cost analysis shows Galloway crews trucked, mobilized, and placed 2900 mats in 52 loads for the crossing in under four days.
As the saying goes, "Expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised.” Before planning your next project, give Galloway a call to see what we can do for you.