Animal Hospital Site Clearing Is Done

26 Sht 2020
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  • Wrong tool for clearing trees! Now fill in the sink hole!

    cletrac 12ccletrac 12c22 ditë më parë
  • 👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🗽🙏🏻enjoyed

    Larry Iowa/Texas RoosterLarry Iowa/Texas Rooster25 ditë më parë
  • Have you considered building a purpose made rough grader for the excavator? A few five-foot sections of old dozer track, an eight foot wide piece of i-beam, and the connector from a ratty old bucket all welded together would make an awesome rough dirt grader.

    CheopisCheopis29 ditë më parë
  • How much dd this site prep cost the customer, including the DRA?

    talisaytalisay29 ditë më parë
  • Chris, it is nice to see someone who takes pride in doing a good job 👍👍 Keep up the good work

    Jim ShoeJim Shoe29 ditë më parë
  • I really enjoy the videos, Thanks!! Why do you do so many pond jobs in your area? Status symbols? Water management?

    G JamesG James29 ditë më parë
  • 92,000 pounds is just a good start on hauling logs, I live in Kentucky and the heaviest load I ever haul was 119,000 pounds he he he😎

    Christopher EavesChristopher EavesMuaj më parë
  • Seems like you need a bigger/heavier rear counter weight.

    Maine ManMaine ManMuaj më parë
  • Fantastic job done Chris, it's better to have the work to keep the machinery working than have all them thousands of dollars of machinery standing doing nothing, I have to admit I'm fascinated to watch your great videos and watch you get into and out of trouble and also try not to get into those situations.

    Michael BakerMichael BakerMuaj më parë
  • A Lot of Brush and Tree Loads moved off this property at a much higher cost to property owner.

    Ken S.Ken S.Muaj më parë
  • Attention to detail 👌. Awesome job Chris. God Bless

    Warrior Of The KingWarrior Of The KingMuaj më parë
  • Chris from an heavy equipment operator for over 35 years take time to protect your hearing with hearing protection.

    Michael DayMichael DayMuaj më parë
  • Too many contractors would say it does not matter to leave a clean site knowing it was to be cleared in the future for building foundations. But, a true professional that cares for his or her client and his own business goes that extra mile and people can visually see the difference and when future contracts come up the clients know who to call. Especially in these days of site safety a clean level site for marking out, test drilling can only save the client time and effort. Well done - have you considered having signage up with your company name so people can see who is doing just a good job?

    Joe StureJoe StureMuaj më parë
  • Don't need to be pretty if they are going to be blasting rocks! LoL!

    Russell RankinRussell RankinMuaj më parë
  • Good project ... nice job. Those are some industrial strength rocks there!

    Ranger 231Ranger 231Muaj më parë
  • 2:22 "Here I am, stuck in the middle with you"

    Jonathan RobertsJonathan RobertsMuaj më parë
  • Sis, help my new supor🙏🙏

    kuku bajakuku bajaMuaj më parë
  • As usual, nice job!!!

    Jonathan UnnaschJonathan UnnaschMuaj më parë
  • Bucket and thumb perfect pear. 👍 👍

    Helen HelpsHelen HelpsMuaj më parë
  • Your finished product really looks good.

    David RobinsDavid RobinsMuaj më parë
  • Looks great bud glad your personal work is going well

    Michael RidenourMichael RidenourMuaj më parë
  • Staying busy!

    DeutschehordeneliteDeutschehordeneliteMuaj më parë
  • Where is the company 220?

    thomas leonardthomas leonardMuaj më parë
  • How come you don’t video you cutting up logs? Afraid logger wade and cotton top will make fun of you? - lol

    thomas leonardthomas leonardMuaj më parë
  • Chris it just shows you what family is about that you and John can work together with your equipment and his and keep the company crew going and your jobs going at the same time, there’s nothing like having a good family to work with but anyway brother another great video you and John stay safe and keep the videos coming man can’t wait do you get to the next pond job that you were talking about

    timmy friersontimmy friersonMuaj më parë
  • Not sure why you leveled the lot off. When they are going to blast it. It will look like a WW2 battle field. When they are done. Lol God bless

    Thomas DesmondThomas DesmondMuaj më parë
    • Speaks for the attention to detail. Do a nice job and people notice tenfold compared to leaving a mess just because it's gonna get messed up later

      William UskoskiWilliam UskoskiMuaj më parë
  • Another job is done by profs!

    Benjamin BeytekinBenjamin BeytekinMuaj më parë
  • 40 plus loads of brush would have been quite a few phone calls to 911 by the burn pile Nazis had you decided to touch that off!

    Hal ShawHal ShawMuaj më parë
  • Any thoughts about getting a Volvo ECR235E excavator for the company? Then you don't have to look over your shoulder so much, Chris! And also a neat blade to grade out material.

    Uppsalahazze MarkstedtUppsalahazze MarkstedtMuaj më parë
  • How much is pulp wood?

    Dennis B.Dennis B.Muaj më parë
  • Well done .

    Emad Eldin HessainEmad Eldin HessainMuaj më parë
  • You may invent a constant washing system to clean off your LD and AMI logos on your fast and well working thumb, Chris! I think it's worth this. :D

    Uppsalahazze MarkstedtUppsalahazze MarkstedtMuaj më parë
  • be proud great job

    Barry ColemanBarry ColemanMuaj më parë
  • You did an awesome job there Chris, thanks for sharing.

    Peter AntonicPeter AntonicMuaj më parë
  • with the machines you have you have too keep busy to keep the bank happy ,,, keep up the great videos ,,

    Randy TravisRandy TravisMuaj më parë
  • Would the developers have insurance against hidden obstacles or will they just have to knuckle down and pay more to get it done? I've a feeling the project will be sold off for something else to be built there..

    Jack KingJack KingMuaj më parë
  • Nice work

    drmautzdrmautzMuaj më parë
  • What a beautiful end result! I’m glad you were able to go back with a log and smooth out the whole site perfectly smooth and free of garbage, ready for the next contractor to come in and start building this pet hospital!

    Patrick QuitterPatrick QuitterMuaj më parë
  • I know you are hard worker , but a video of the blasting would be cool.

    Christopher WoolleyChristopher WoolleyMuaj më parë
  • So satisfying

    Frederick RoweFrederick RoweMuaj më parë
  • Chris will never leave a job site looking ugly.

    Phillip BonnerPhillip BonnerMuaj më parë
  • Chris, ya got a grading bucket - why ya using a stonkin log haha

    NZ DIRTNZ DIRTMuaj më parë
  • I was wondering if you had time could you do a quick video of them blasting the site

    jeremy cinpinskijeremy cinpinskiMuaj më parë
  • One stubborn oak tree. It is an oak? No tap root holding it in the ground. Great way to grade a lot.

    George TuckerGeorge TuckerMuaj më parë
  • Chris Couldn't they look at the ground with one of those portable ground sonar systems? Are you going to film the rock blasting?

    Michael McClureMichael McClureMuaj më parë
  • Sure would like to see the blasting!

    Randy SheRandy SheMuaj më parë
  • We used blasting mats in my day.

    MrLittlelud4MrLittlelud4Muaj më parë
  • You need a brush mulcher

    JoshCourtsJoshCourtsMuaj më parë
  • Chris are u going to video the blasting of rock. I think that would make a good video. Hope to see it. Great job watched all these videos. U a great working man.

    Michael KoopMichael KoopMuaj më parë
  • I have a question? Why not rent a chipper and chip all that brush on site and then haul it off?

    Typersx1Typersx1Muaj më parë
  • that is not a rock , its prehistoric shark tooth?

    mark deanmark deanMuaj më parë
  • Do hurry to upload that pond video..... I'm all caught up with your videos and have to settle with watching dirt perfect 😂😂😂

    John CunninghamJohn CunninghamMuaj më parë
  • Watch Demolition Dave. Australian channel blasting in neighborhoods, good technique!

    NEUMY 1NEUMY 1Muaj më parë
  • Looks good .cant wait for the pond project

    Todd RobertsTodd RobertsMuaj më parë
  • They're gonna have a blast taking on all that rock! 😂

    74jojo74jojoMuaj më parë
  • Very good !!! usual !

    SR ChastainSR ChastainMuaj më parë
  • Do you find or get all the jobs, or do you have someone get them for you?

    Verlyn LindsayVerlyn LindsayMuaj më parë
  • Those guys should be very happy with where you live in that lot very clean and neat. 👍☕️

    David BrickeyDavid BrickeyMuaj më parë
  • good video

    ramtuff2007ramtuff2007Muaj më parë
  • Site prep at its best.👍

    Robert BradfordRobert BradfordMuaj më parë
  • Taking that lil bit of extra time doing a rough grade with the log says a lot. Not many ppl will do that since it's "not needed" but in the end customer's and the next contractor on site will notice and appreciate you a lil more.

    Junior LandscapeJunior LandscapeMuaj më parë
  • It’s so enjoying watching Aloha from Oahu Hawaii 🌴🍍🌺

    Margaret C KamakaMargaret C KamakaMuaj më parë
  • I was hoping to see them blasting the rock !

    Dave NelsonDave NelsonMuaj më parë
  • Chris, will you do the final digging after they blast or will it be someone else?

    Jeff ToombsJeff ToombsMuaj më parë
  • I'd like to see the rock blasting !

    jack youngjack youngMuaj më parë
  • Chris, it would interesting to know how much they have to blow up.

    darryle evansdarryle evansMuaj më parë
  • You were on this project for a while.

    Jeffrey HoustonJeffrey HoustonMuaj më parë
  • Looks real good , not many workers like you ,,you should be proud . God bless .

    dennis warddennis wardMuaj më parë
  • Now they can come and make a bomb site out of it.

    J DJ DMuaj më parë
  • Question Chris, if it’s going to end up being a dry pond, what’s the need not only for a drain box in the pond but especially the height of the riser in the pond? Theoretically water will never reach that drain, right?

    pjs5191pjs5191Muaj më parë
  • Are you going to show them blowing the rocks out?

    James LathropJames LathropMuaj më parë
  • 35.894814,-78.510516 quite a change

    TgWags69TgWags69Muaj më parë
  • Here in the UK, seasoned American red oak is $30-40 a cubic foot... :-(

    GARGLER42GARGLER42Muaj më parë
  • Just curious, so do you keep the logs as a discount to the cost of the project or is that considered one of the perks of the job?

    KevinMnKevinMnMuaj më parë
    • letsdig18 - if it pays for the fuel used on the job, bonus! Everywhere is different of course. They hang onto it like gold here in Southern Alberta and a lot of our firewood is pine just because we don’t have much for hardwood around here and forested areas or brush as dense as was on this lot and many of the areas you clear just doesn’t exist here. I live on the edge of the foothills and my ranch was partially on the side of a mountain. Still no really dense forests. Just thick enough it can be a bugger to spot a grizzly bear until you are within sh*t-your-pants range,,,,,,, heh heh. I know!! Haha. Some of the property seemed to be used by them often. I carried a snake charmer 12 gauge Remington in a sling over my shoulder. I had the plug out and 8 rounds alternating from double ott buckshot then slug and so on. Never had to use it in 55 years! Apparently my dad did once and only to scare the bear off he was dealing with. The country you live in out there is really beautiful!

      69 Bronco Guy again!!69 Bronco Guy again!!Muaj më parë
    • considering the amount of time and labor it took to cut, stack, load, and haul all that off its pretty much a wash. theres no money in small scale logging

      letsdig18letsdig18Muaj më parë
  • Nice red oak firewood

    michael weatherheadmichael weatherheadMuaj më parë
  • Great job as always 🇦🇺👍

    Kerry GleesonKerry GleesonMuaj më parë
  • We understand why you are in so much demand! Thank you and please stay safe!

    John HamiltonJohn HamiltonMuaj më parë
  • See if you can get in there for some footage come blasting day. That should be entertaining.

    Mort_the_2ndMort_the_2ndMuaj më parë
  • Looking good that was a lot of work for you

    Micheal MartinMicheal MartinMuaj më parë
  • I am trying to figure it out are you renting your 220 or is this your job?

    Daniel EysterDaniel EysterMuaj më parë
    • my job

      letsdig18letsdig18Muaj më parë
  • At last project finished

    billy mallonbilly mallonMuaj më parë
  • You have the patience of Job, loading all that brush one bucket at a time.

    DWCDWCMuaj më parë
  • Ya'll got rocks and in Florida we got sink holes.

    BBDcumminsBBDcumminsMuaj më parë
    • Gimme rocks over sinkholes every time.

      GARGLER42GARGLER42Muaj më parë
    • I have both!

      letsdig18letsdig18Muaj më parë
  • I like your new video today you did a really good jop today

    Travis CoverTravis CoverMuaj më parë
    • Good night too you guys

      Travis CoverTravis CoverMuaj më parë
  • So awesome to see these jobs from start to end!

    Rod LawrenceRod LawrenceMuaj më parë
  • Why doesn't the rebar/fence posts holding the silt/burlap have caps on top to kept someone from getting impaled if a dufus were to dive in the pond when its full of water and you can't see them or if there was a car accident into the pond?

    Michele MMichele MMuaj më parë
    • @letsdig18 That's scary.

      Michele MMichele MMuaj më parë
    • not required here

      letsdig18letsdig18Muaj më parë
  • You might have to buy another excavator that is easier to haul around. Are you only looking for big jobs for your excavator?

    walter mattsonwalter mattsonMuaj më parë
    • this machine is perfect of me

      letsdig18letsdig18Muaj më parë
  • Wooooohooooooo !!! Love me some pond work 😉😜

  • Great stuff,, more ponds😁 love watching you and Tim on those jobs😁 thanks from the UK. God bless and stay safe

    MartinMartinMuaj më parë
  • You have to take care of the vet. Dr. Car dealers and thé mechanic. Lol lest the ones you need best

    J BrittJ BrittMuaj më parë
  • Yes sir I love me some pond a 2 acre pond that needs dredging but I don't think iv watched enough of your vids to tackle it

    William DWilliam DMuaj më parë
  • Looks good Chris.nice job on that Chris.brilliant.😀👌👌👌 Could you make a Short video of the blast when They will Start on it.?

    Marc WohlmayerMarc WohlmayerMuaj më parë
  • Looks like your throwing away a good saw log there but I see you put it to good use! Great video.Bet your glad to get that one finished for now!

    Ray WilsonRay WilsonMuaj më parë
  • ant nothing like watch fly rock the size of base balls come flying at you from 100 meters away and wipe out your vehicles, to make you feel alive.

    Bede MeredithBede MeredithMuaj më parë
  • Great work on that job. A busy machine is one that is earning money! Thanks for keeping these videos coming!

    ngtflyerngtflyerMuaj më parë
  • Good job

    Guy FishbourneGuy FishbourneMuaj më parë
  • if you would have been caught here in Illinois, you would have gone to jail until your boss came with a BIG check. LOL

    Roger HackerRoger HackerMuaj më parë
  • Standing that pulp wood so high is a good way to roll a log truck. Luckily he made it there on all 18 wheels lol

    nick hnick hMuaj më parë
    • 🤣🤣🤣

      nick hnick hMuaj më parë
    • this is standard logging practice if you aint close to 100K you aint logging here LOL

      letsdig18letsdig18Muaj më parë
  • Chris...I have a 320 Cat dredging my ponds. Question I have is would the length of arms be longer? Or is that only refer to the Horsepower of the unit?

    Hugh GagnonHugh GagnonMuaj më parë
    • @Robert Quast yeah I kinda figured that! Guess I should try and measure the circumference of the pond!?

      Hugh GagnonHugh GagnonMuaj më parë
    • Same number machines can be spec’d with different length boom and stick configurations depending on what you want them to do and the size of bucket

      Robert QuastRobert QuastMuaj më parë
    • @Blazer02LS thanks Blazer!

      Hugh GagnonHugh GagnonMuaj më parë
    • Usually the larger the number the larger the machine is overall.

      Blazer02LSBlazer02LSMuaj më parë
  • Out of curiosity, how does these side jobs work out if you have to work on them during the week? Doesn't that subtract from your regular gig? Do you pay for your own triaxle services if John is driving? If the company is light on work, wouldn't it make more sense to do these as company gigs to cover that equipment overhead? Obviously its working out.

    cerberus413cerberus413Muaj më parë