Installing The Road Culvert And Stone Spreading

16 Tet 2020
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  • How much of a lift at once?

    Christopher RiddleChristopher Riddle5 orë më parë
  • I did dirt work for over 30 years half of them as a superintendent. There are so few operators that can jump on 4 or 5 different machines in a day and be efficient. You do nice work. I would have liked having you on my jobs.

    SycoDadSycoDad8 orë më parë
  • How does Chris know the depth of the stone on top of the plastic? What depth is he shooting for? Does he stop and check a few places like farmers stop and check behind a combine or planter before doing the whole field?

    arkiefylerarkiefyler12 orë më parë
  • With all due respect i was jus wondering where was the water cart and vibrating roller bit to lock it up

    Steve PedrottiSteve Pedrotti16 orë më parë
  • 👍👍👍

    Michał ŚleziakMichał Śleziak23 orë më parë
  • I love that grader camera angle!

    Dirt BruteDirt BruteDitë më parë
  • The owner must be super happy that he does not have to pay for all of that clay. It would get a lot more expensive if it had to be trucked in.

    12jeeplover12jeeploverDitë më parë
    • That truck driver is also his weight in gold. A driver able to spread load backward on a turn is rare around here.

      12jeeplover12jeeploverDitë më parë
  • Do a good job 👍

    Willard NicholsonWillard NicholsonDitë më parë
  • Clicked on this to see what you were doing with the TL12v2,that is a machine I really like

    David WilliamsDavid WilliamsDitë më parë
  • Great job. Wish I could smell the dirt!

    Donald AnderlyDonald AnderlyDitë më parë
  • It's amazing what you can get done in 39 mins,,, HA!

    Dave HoffmanDave HoffmanDitë më parë
  • I always put pipe in first , any reason after is better? or just on the shallow ones?

    Septic WhelkSeptic WhelkDitë më parë
  • Be careful Chris you don’t dig to China lol 😂 looking good 👍

    John CampbellJohn CampbellDitë më parë
  • Looks great Chris! 👍🏻👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers2 ditë më parë
  • You’re like a surgeon with the Volvo Chris, the best operator I’ve ever seen brother!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers2 ditë më parë
  • I like watching you put culverts in, like this job! Really good video Chris! Looking good brother! 👍🏻👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers2 ditë më parë
  • Very Cool Camera location under the Excavator. Very Cool seeing the Cog Wheel Rotate around.👍

    Ken S.Ken S.2 ditë më parë
  • Hey Chris, you guys have 3 blokes building this road whereas other road builders have 5or 6 some doing nothing . Always a pleasure watching the A team great work

    Nick Di CurzioNick Di Curzio2 ditë më parë
  • Could you put steel tracks into that dump truck’s rear axels?

    Juha TuomalaJuha Tuomala2 ditë më parë
  • good video

    ramtuff2007ramtuff20072 ditë më parë
  • Do you ever hear chinese singing when you dig a deep hole?

    Juha TuomalaJuha Tuomala2 ditë më parë
  • Nice views under the grader!

    Dadtastic SkillsDadtastic Skills2 ditë më parë
  • My son was joking that Chris needs to marry a woman with goats and have the whole array of landscaping options. LOL

    JOLJOL2 ditë më parë
  • 👍 👍

    Helen HelpsHelen Helps2 ditë më parë
  • Я не понял, а как вода с дороги должна уходить? Вы не выкопал и дринаж.?

    club_FoxXxSioclub_FoxXxSio2 ditë më parë
  • Building a road to put in a 'road' culvert. It seems an odd goal.

    Jan KoprowskiJan Koprowski2 ditë më parë
  • The sound of Volvo earth moving equipment is like ASMR to my ear holes.

    Professor FishWhistleProfessor FishWhistle2 ditë më parë
  • My Canadian brain thinks that would be a hell of a road to plow in the winter. Then I remember where you are.

    Nick FixNick Fix2 ditë më parë
    • The first winter i lived in Greensboro NC it snowed 8 inches and we were out of school for a week! They dont get enough snow to justify purchasing snowplows and such. And Chris is well east of there(about an hour or so). It was glorious, from a Connecticut yankee teen’s viewpoint!

      Baby CatcherBaby Catcher2 ditë më parë
  • 👍

    kb7722kb77222 ditë më parë
  • Chris, I wish every contractor took the pride in their work that you do. (most do) Every job you do looks fantastic when you are finished.

    Mike RowleyMike Rowley2 ditë më parë
  • Is that water proof plastic or does water pass through it?

    Cameron WardCameron Ward2 ditë më parë
  • Just curious how much stone you normally load on your truck. The trucks we normally run where I work are the same as yours in make and axle number but it looks like yours are always about half full.

    dean warrendean warren2 ditë më parë
  • Damn is this still the new road to the farm? The owners should just buy a chopper and fly in. And gradercam... sweet.

    Probably Not my nameProbably Not my name2 ditë më parë
  • at 36:30 what is it leaking under the machine. Is it water or oil? @Letsdig18

    RonRon2 ditë më parë
  • Another great video Chris you and John y’all stay safe and keep them coming

    timmy friersontimmy frierson2 ditë më parë
  • i do believe you have just about every piece of equipment you need. is there one you don’t have that you need?

    mike o'neilmike o'neil2 ditë më parë
  • What is the obstruction in the front of the tipper?..................that's definitely something we would not tolerate in the UK.

    The PottererThe Potterer2 ditë më parë
  • 2:10 minutes in, the “ghost” Chris in the front window is kinda freaking me out... lol

    Duane BennettDuane Bennett2 ditë më parë
  • Dang I love watching your work! I hate mud work though, I still watch, but I hate the mud.. LOL

    Randall ParkerRandall Parker2 ditë më parë
  • Since watching Chris working plant its given me a desire to jump in one of those big Volvo earth moving trucks and help him. Then reality strikes home. I would slow him down. Nice work Chris.

    James AllenJames Allen2 ditë më parë
    • Imthe same way- sometimes ya just gotta know your limitations, right?

      Baby CatcherBaby Catcher2 ditë më parë
  • Glad to see that you used the fabric. It’s so future proof. And the fabric is ‘dirt’ cheap and the road will be there for a long long time.

    - Tob1uss-- Tob1uss-2 ditë më parë
  • Chris try rolling your moboard back a little bit more, your trying to lay material with blade on edge, it's better back, finish grade can use edge more vertical, shaves better. Roll back prevent blade fro hopping. Dose your moborad has hydraulic tilting system.??

    Donald MendsDonald Mends2 ditë më parë
  • @ 20:55, just love watching Chris laying precision culvert.

    Roberta WilliamsonRoberta Williamson2 ditë më parë
  • The red dirt is loam, not clay

    volvo24091volvo240913 ditë më parë
  • Lot of grey mud at 11:0 which is removed.How do we decide soil is bad, Are there telltale signs which we should be aware before we build any driveway?🤔

    Iril IralIril Iral3 ditë më parë
  • As always ..a great video!!! can we get a 10+ year review of the dozer? Finally order my T-shirt!.. Thanks Chris!!

    Dexter DDexter D3 ditë më parë
  • I'm in my prime, too!

    Andrew DoolittleAndrew Doolittle3 ditë më parë
  • Never figured out why it's called a borrow pit when I've never seen anybody put the dirt back once they are done using it.

    Leroy BulliedLeroy Bullied3 ditë më parë
    • Should be called a Steal Pit= more accurate

      Baby CatcherBaby Catcher2 ditë më parë
  • It's so cool to watch how little your hands move to operate the 220, phenomenal job sir, looks amazing

    Tim GivenTim Given3 ditë më parë
  • Great video! Always enjoy watching!

    Ronnie BradleyRonnie Bradley3 ditë më parë
  • i hope the hell were ever this road going to, that they are not building home, unless they have no limit to money, just to bring hydro back al that way, at $2600 per pole, not including any guy wire, or cross support pole, each pole max 380 fet a part, then $37oo for rhe transformer pole, that was 1998 prices, even if your the last home on a town ship road ahydro stops a mile from your home, you pay to have the 15 foot hydro right of way cut, and pay for every pole, then as years pass homes get built, between they hookup to the line you paid for down the town ship road, even tho you paid to put it in,, once power is on, hydro owns the line, but if the line on privet land and a storm takes it out, you pay a line contractor to fix it.. i was lucky i was able to install all my poles and guy wires and CSR CABLE, BUT i had to pay hydro $1200 to hook my lines to theres and install a 2500kv transformer on my 45 foot transformer yard pole, i install a double lug 400 amp meter base on the pole, so 200 amp run to the house, and 200 amp to the shop, the triple 500 copper mast cable was $48 a foot for 400 amp, but hydro connected 2/0 UMW90 FROM TRANSFORMER TO MY TRIPLE 500 COPPER, MAST CABLE. BUT THAT WHAT I HAD TO INSTALL TO PASS CODE. 2/0 UMW90 IS FOR 100 AMP SERVICE BY CODE.. GO FIGER HYDRO CAN DO AS THEY PLEASE, HYDRO WANTS 4 feet of wire out the top of the mast to pass inspection, but when hydro comes to hook you up, they chop your cable back to a foot. i had to change a 200 meter base on a home, but the inspector wouldnt pass it, he made me replace the mast cables as the old ones onlyhad a foot sticking out the end of the mast, he wanted 4 feet, i changed out the cable leaving 4 feet, he passed it, hydro was there with in the hour to hook it back up, they choped my new cables back to 10 inchs and hamer locked there cable on. that burns my ass, changing cable was not in my bid. lucky 4/0 UMW90 IS NOT MUCH MONEY

    Arnold RomppaiArnold Romppai3 ditë më parë
    • Hydro is Electricity in Canada, for us Yanks

      Baby CatcherBaby Catcher2 ditë më parë
  • I don’t think Wooten or barn hill with a crew of 20 could do a better job than y’all’s two man crew can do

    Todd RobertsTodd Roberts3 ditë më parë
  • You might have to put in a gas station half way if that driveway gets much longer

    paul dellpaul dell3 ditë më parë
  • Chris (Can’t) work any state road crew. He gets to much done in a day. 🤯

    Clinton EmmertClinton Emmert3 ditë më parë
  • what about that obvious sag in the middle of that pipe.

    douglas millerdouglas miller3 ditë më parë
  • These videos prove how good Chris is on every machine. He's the guy everybody would love to hire, but can't find.

    michael mullinsmichael mullins3 ditë më parë
    • @Marc René Yvon yeah, he does alright for himself. Genius operator.

      michael mullinsmichael mullins2 ditë më parë
    • This man is one out of a thousand. Only to say that he is a rare beed ! Talent and top notch work ethics. This young man has a great future.

      Marc René YvonMarc René Yvon3 ditë më parë
  • And, the award for The Most Oddly Satisfying Scenes of Gravel Rolling Off a Moldboard goes to.... Please tell me why watching that is like a good bowl of comfort food!

    Sassafras ValleySassafras Valley3 ditë më parë
  • Looking good

    Delaine EmbreeDelaine Embree3 ditë më parë
  • when i was trained on heavy equipment some 40 years ago by 3 difference contractors, before i went to work in logging camps. i was always told. it you are running a track machine, if them tracks are turning, that blade better be working, undercarriages are not cheap.. that was drilled into me by all 3.. and as years went by, i sen why. how fast they wear, even on logging equipment, and big D7 and D8 building ice winter roads.. man did i ever get yelled at, if them track were turning and the blade was up, unless i was walking it to another job site. i broke my collar bone. on a 977 cat track frame bolt, nut, in a rock corrie. a 1" drive socket 1-7/8 snap tools on, a 1' power bar with a 10 foot pipe and 2 of use on the pipe trying to bake the nuts loss, the socket broke and that pipe hit my collar bone, it was all over.. never forgotten that. hell if i filled in holes were i dug out clay and filled them with mud or any other dirt, sand, i would have a man eating pit, or anything that walked or drove on it, this red clay, it like a cement swimming pool. it will hold water for ever that dont go up. when my well was drilled they went though 62 feet of red and grey clay, have never found a rock on the property with all the digging and buldozing, after the 62 feet of clay, the went though 12 feet of coarse gravel, then 17 feet of bed rock into an 18"b deep water vane, drilled down 8 more feet in to the bed rock for a sump

    Arnold RomppaiArnold Romppai3 ditë më parë
  • Drive way is looking good! You and Uncle John are a good working partners. You are so good on the equipment and he is good with the haul truck and dump truck .

    Michael PageMichael Page3 ditë më parë
  • Love the sound of the Volvo humm

    James BowersJames Bowers3 ditë më parë
  • Is whatever that is dripping from above the grader blade supposed to be dripping? No, I have zero clue about how graders 'work' .... just asking

    K. SteelmanK. Steelman3 ditë më parë
  • When this road is done, you should drive it in the pickup with a camera on the dash. Then play a split screen clip with that initial dozer tour you gave us of where the driveway was going to go

    Chad 085Chad 0853 ditë më parë
  • No advice or recommendations to offer. No remote diagnosis based on the sounds coming from your equipment. Just like to watch a craftsman at work.

    Ethan AEthan A3 ditë më parë
    • But what about the right outside tooth on the’s worn 4mm more than the other teeth!!!😱

      quintin wilcoxquintin wilcox2 ditë më parë
  • So side note: looking at the shadows. If you could set my house down on that spot you are digging the clay. You in excavator would be looking in the east wall window of my bedroom, and the haul truck driver would be looking in the south wall window of my bedroom. Just having so much free time to think of stupid crap while watching! Does not mean I'm not going to watch, i like to watch.

    Kyle GreerKyle Greer3 ditë më parë
  • Why didn't you put the pipe in before building up the road. Seems counter productive

    Karl MitchellKarl Mitchell3 ditë më parë
    • I guess I'm looking at this thr wrong way

      Karl MitchellKarl Mitchell3 ditë më parë
    • @Karl Mitchell im not an expert, You cant build on fragile old surface ( contaminated, loose soil, sand mud etc) Though its logical to remove the old deteriorated dirt & soil etc, build a solid surface with the fresh clay ( untouched by removing the top layer of vegetation ) packing it in like they do with the equipment & roller (1000's of pounds of pressure) Then build the layers

      Stratos53100Stratos531003 ditë më parë
    • Then why not just pack the original soil then lay the clay over that

      Karl MitchellKarl Mitchell3 ditë më parë
    • @Karl Mitchell True, tough once placed the solid "fresh" product is packed around the pipe ( with the bucket) then "re-graded" smooth over the top of it

      Stratos53100Stratos531003 ditë më parë
    • He bug back down to the original soil thats why I don't get why he didn't just lay the pipe first.

      Karl MitchellKarl Mitchell3 ditë më parë
  • Another very productive day. Well done Chris.

    Andrew FroudeAndrew Froude3 ditë më parë
  • nice

    Fifth AmendmentFifth Amendment3 ditë më parë
  • Man you run thoses machine like did all your life .

    leo lleo l3 ditë më parë
  • There is a lot to putting a road in just surprised he didn’t put a swell in all the one side to run the water towards the ditch

    mhbpodnkmhbpodnk3 ditë më parë
  • It always seems the culvert goes in after the road. Wouldn't it be easier to put it in before U get the road hard pack in place

    Jim CraigJim Craig3 ditë më parë
    • probably to do with road height ,to get it done then see where the culvert needs to go

      richard sawtellrichard sawtell2 ditë më parë
  • Hi Chris, always awesome watch you and knowing your five steps ahead 😀 being one with the road 😁 I bet there are county roads shorter than that one . Stay safe and happy 👌 🇨🇦 Craig

    Craig MacDonaldCraig MacDonald3 ditë më parë
  • thanks for sharing the video

    Jim CooneyJim Cooney3 ditë më parë
  • Have y'all sold the 160C yet?

    Daniel ShortDaniel Short3 ditë më parë
  • That little pond could be so much better even a waterfall or nice piece of drift wood

    Xtreme PerformanceXtreme Performance3 ditë më parë
  • What kind of rock is that you use for road base all the time? It looks great! We don't have rock like that down here in Florida. They always bed our roads with limerock which does compact real good but kind of washes away real easy when it rains. Limerock only works well when it's covered by asphalt. If you try to just have a bare limerock road it ruts and rills and develops that washboard surface after driving on it a bunch and the rain causes massive pothole craters in random places. Wish we had rock like you got up there.

    David ReddigDavid Reddig3 ditë më parë
    • Doesn't get any better than lime rock properly compacted. Best roads on Earth are in Florida.

      Andrew DoolittleAndrew Doolittle3 ditë më parë
  • Was it just my imagination or was the haul truck yesterday sounding like it is beginnung to miss again? Been a little while, ever since the pond with shooting ranges, wasn't it?

    preston Vaughnpreston Vaughn3 ditë më parë
  • A question please because I know nothing about roadbuilding. Do you scrape off all of the topsoil before adding the stone base? Do you use a geotextile underneath all of your stone roads?

    Mark WaddeyMark Waddey3 ditë më parë
  • I believe it will rain in NC from now on LOL! Great Job on the road build and culvert installation!

    Little NC FarmerLittle NC Farmer3 ditë më parë
  • looking awesome Chris

    Donald TrabeauxDonald Trabeaux3 ditë më parë
  • Chris... When you get on a job such as this how do you go about planning it? I am sure the client has list of wants and needs and a budget. But like having to remove bad soil to get down to stable substrate. Is something like that figured into the bid cause you don't know till you start doing the job. It takes more time and effort. Just curious...

    Johnny HollandJohnny Holland3 ditë më parë
    • I was wondering the same thing. I’m not asking for specific amount. How is a job like that bid. By footage, ton, yard, distances from home so on and so forth.

      Lee CooperLee Cooper2 ditë më parë
  • Why fabric only in the middle and not over the entire road?

    Stephen CiceroStephen Cicero3 ditë më parë
  • Excellent positioning of the camera on the grader , it’s a simple looking machine but it’s so effective in the right hands .

    Kenneth HumeKenneth Hume3 ditë më parë
  • Great work! 😊👍 I get tired quickly when I hear work noises. 🤭 02:04 a.m. in Germany. Bedtime. Good night! 😴

    Gisela P.Gisela P.3 ditë më parë
  • You’ve got the road building thing down to a science 🤓 lol nice work 👍🏻

    Full Tilt GradingFull Tilt Grading3 ditë më parë
  • Nice work Chris you do amazing work with what you have for equipment🚜🚧👷

    Thomas BrownThomas Brown3 ditë më parë
  • Besides John and Chris I haven't seen the third guy all summer what happened to him?

    Storm HunterStorm Hunter3 ditë më parë
    • They hung him

      Sign InSign In3 ditë më parë
    • Tim left for a better job earlier this year. It was explained in one of the animal hospital video's

      hd1987hdhd1987hd3 ditë më parë
  • Question, are the curves in the road to tight, just curious.

    Dennis 2Dennis 23 ditë më parë
    • It's a long driveway, but still a driveway.

      Dane ClarkDane Clark2 ditë më parë
  • That motor grader makes life pretty easy

    Capt. Spencer WilliamsCapt. Spencer Williams3 ditë më parë
  • Darn nice lookin driveway! Mine is only 300 ft. but I wish YOU had put it in.

    Stephen KeeferStephen Keefer3 ditë më parë
  • Something soothing and hypnotic watching the motor grader blade roll that gravel. Love that view looking at the blade.

    David DDavid D3 ditë më parë
  • Sure doesnt take long to put a polish on that grader blade !

    Stephen KeeferStephen Keefer3 ditë më parë
  • That road is so long PA DOT would give it a route number!

    William GrahamWilliam Graham3 ditë më parë
    • LOL!

      Baby CatcherBaby Catcher2 ditë më parë
  • should set up like concrete , i remember putting in roads like that for temporary access for new sewer lines . in Ohio . great work you did .

    carl peterscarl peters3 ditë më parë
  • Thank you for not putting crappy background music in your videos. Damn good operator and your videos are great. Great work!

    Chris JamesChris James3 ditë më parë
  • oh sorry have a great weekend!!!!

    Roger HackerRoger Hacker3 ditë më parë
  • good evening Chris, with as long as that road is doe's it have two zip codes?

    Roger HackerRoger Hacker3 ditë më parë
  • Always interesting Chris thanks for sharing 🇦🇺

    Kerry GleesonKerry Gleeson3 ditë më parë
    • @Demolition Dave Drilling and Blasting Hi Dave see you soon 😁

      Kerry GleesonKerry GleesonDitë më parë
    • Hi Kerry.

      Demolition Dave Drilling and BlastingDemolition Dave Drilling and Blasting2 ditë më parë
  • Don't understand why the drain pipe was not laid before the road clay base was laid?

    Alvin CurryAlvin Curry3 ditë më parë
    • They probably didnt know where grade was going to be

      Baby CatcherBaby Catcher2 ditë më parë
  • Reverse tailgating on a curve. 👍

    Marty DMarty D3 ditë më parë