well you knew what I meant:-).
It was just a bit odd that I was not asked to do the job or at least
organise it. I usually get the jobs that are not 100% electrical because
I have the tools and experience to do a lot of them.
On 08/12/2018 14:57, The Natural Philosopher wrote:
And I don't think you can get readymix in that small amount.
You'd need to use the people who mix on site, but that costs
more than readymix.
I'd have used many bags of postcrete for the bulk fill and just
have a thin cap of proper concrete on top - handmixed, the
Russian can cope with that. Just give him some home-brew vodka.
If the hole is 0.06 metres deep, I was assuming that the 'posts'
actually had a square metal plate on the bottom which would keep
the post upright, so all it needs is a cap of concrete for the
situation when some drunken russian labourer reverses into one.
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