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Concrete Pump Operator Wanted OXFORD

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

CONCRETE PUMP OPERATOR WANTED OXFORD, Experience preferred but not essential, Full training given must have 7.5 ton / hgv licence. Good rates of pay, all benefits of full employment.

Labourer wanted, full or part time, Job description, concrete pump lines man or helping with  liquid screed installations. Must have driving licence.

Please Email paul@cgconcretepumping.co.uk or call 07766503595


Concrete Pump Operator Wanted Oxfordshire.

Thursday, January 24th, 2013


Concrete pump operator wanted for full details please email paul@cgconcretepumping.co.uk experience preferred but not essential.

Concrete Boom Pumping Oxford Gloucester Northampton Birmingham Bristol & London.

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

Managing the Pour

The key to a successful concrete pump pour is to manage the pour from ordering the pump and concrete, organising the site and supervising the pumping operation. Some guidelines are set out below to assist with planning a pump pour.

When ordering a pump please give the following information:
Company name
Contact name and telephone number
Full site address including postcode if known
Date and time for the pump, allow approximately 1 hour for the pump operator to set up the pump
Size of pump required
Company order number where required
Volume and type of concrete including any admixtures, additions, fibres etc.
Brief description of the pour e.g. footing, external slab, bridge deck etc.
Any other special requirements pipeline, second man etc.

To ensure a safe and efficient pump pour, please supply:

A level area of hard standing, with no overhead obstructions, on which to set up the pump
Clear access to the pump for the truck mixers
Cement to grout the pipeline – 1 x 25 kg bags per 10 metres of pipeline
Somewhere to deposit excess grout
A good pump mix concrete of S3, S4 or S5 consistence. Your ready mixed concrete supplier will advise
A competent concreting gang to lay the concrete
A suitable place for the operator to wash the pump out at the end of the job. At least 1/3 cubic metre of concrete will be left in the pump after the pumping operation on a boom pump, much less on a line pump
A good supply of water will help the operator, though the pump does carry its own supply

The sequence of a typical pump pour:

The pump will arrive and the operator will liaise with the contractor before setting up the pump, pipeline (if required) and preparing the grout
The concrete mixer truck will arrive and back onto the pump
The pump operator will then grout the line and commence pumping. It is good site practise to pump excess grout to waste, not into the pour
The concrete will be placed into position using the boom where possible. Where ground-line is used, the concreting gang will need to move the pipeline around as the pour progresses
Cautionary note: Concrete is pumped at high pressure. All personnel should be made aware of the risks and dangers associated with end hose usage
When the truck mixer has discharged its load, the mixer chutes will be cleaned before the mixer leaves. The chutes should not be washed into the hopper as this could cause a blockage and affect the quality of the concrete.
The next mixer will then arrive, back on to the pump and discharge its load
At the end of the pour, the pump operator will clean all the concrete from the pump and pipeline. This operation will take approximately one hour, more if the job involves a long pipeline
The pump operator will then put the boom back into its travel position and load all the ancillary equipment onto the pump
The job sheet will then be prepared for the contractor to sign                                                                                                                              

C&G Concrete Pumping Ltd. Oxford Northampton & Milton Keynes.

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

C&G Concrete Pumping Ltd are a family run business with a fantastic reputation for a friendly & reliable service.  We have over 15 years’experience in the industry, helping us to help you with any questions you may have. We now run a large fleet of mini concrete line pumps & boom pumps.  For further information, please do not hesitate to call Paul on 07766 503595 for a free no obligation quotation.

Another service we are now able to offer from our sister company C&G Flow Screed is a full and comprehensive flowing screed service.  C&G Flow Screed will supply and lay liquid floor screed as a full package, which works particularly well when installed over underfloor heating. We also provide a concrete laying service i.e internal floors garage basses external over sites & more.  For a free no obligation quotation, please call Paul 07766503595

C&G Concrete Pumping Ltd Bristol

Friday, May 25th, 2012

C&G Concrete Pumping Ltd. Pumping inside slabs with low head room is no problem with our 24 meter boom the z/roll fold is probably the most verseatile concrete boom pump on the market making it the ideal choice for most projects.C&G Concrete Pumping Ltd 24 meter boom.

Concrete Pumping Oxford

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

Did You Know

Concreting Work

2.4 tonnes of concrete are required to fill one cubic metre. This equates to approximately 30-35 wheelbarrow loads.

Our concrete pumping service allows us to deliver readymix concrete to almost any location. If your construction site is a long distance from the road, on an elevated or low lying position, underground, indoors or can only be accessed through a building our fast, efficient system is the ideal solution.

The service enables us to deliver concrete for use in foundations, floors or groundwork to any area which is normally inaccessible to large vehicles or where the environment may be easily damaged or disturbed by concrete-mixing and delivery equipment.

The system also dramatically reduces handling making delivery fast, clean and safe with minimal waste.

Concrete Pumping Services

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

C&G Concrete Pumping Ltd cover a large area stretching from London to Northampton to Birmingham to Monmouth across the Forest Of Dean down to Bristol & even as far as the South Coast, We work closely to many concrete companies in all these areas drum mix & volumetric this means that we can give you experienced advise on the most suitable suppliers for your job and your location.

Concrete Pumping Gloucester

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

C&G Concrete Pumping Ltd work very closely with Easy Mix Concrete providing the perfect package for all your concreting requirements in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stonehouse, Stroud, Dursley & Gloucestershires surrounding Counties.

Gloucester Concret Pumping

Concrete Line Pumping Reading

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

C&G Concrete Pumping placing concrete at Bridge St, Reading. Trade or DIY. Call now for best quotes 01865 930553

Line Pumping

Concrete Pumping Oxfordshire (The Mini Pump)

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

C&G Mini Pump Service’s is the perfect way of placing your concrete with out all the fuss of using a normal lorry mounted concrete pump. This is because there is only one wheel barrow of concrete left in the hopper when the job is completed.  You can wash out in a barrow or bucket with no wasted concrete, room in your skip or time clearing up. By far the cleanest way of placing concrete.

So why not give us go?  Check our gallery for more pics of this job.

Mini Pump