Organising a Concrete Pour

The organization of a concrete pour can be daunting and overwhelming at times. Our aim is to make this process as simple as possible, and we have office staff with a vast amount of onsite experience who understand and can visualize your job site.

At Gateway we go that step further than other companies and can also organize your concrete for you at competitive prices from some of Melbourne’s largest concrete companies.

With one phone call you can book a pump, concrete and we can co-ordinate the whole pour which frees your time so that you are not spending half the day on the phone.

With our experience and expertise in the concrete industry we will make sure you’re your pour goes as smoothly as possible.

When you call up ask us for one of our "Stubby Holders" and we will make sure you receive one onsite with your next pump job.

There are two types of concrete pumps, Boom pumps and Line pumps. Boom pumps are the most efficient method of placing concrete given the correct site conditions. Boom pumps are a crane like pump which are required to setup the outrigger legs on firm and stable ground, the ground needs to be relatively flat, and the boom needs room to open up and be free from obstructions like power lines and trees.

Line pumps are the most versatile type of concrete pump, they have a small footprint and can be setup on nearly any angle. They have numerous sized delivery lines which can be used for filling cavity walls to pumping bulk concrete into slabs and foundations.  Line pumps can be used on numerous job sites where there is simply not enough room for a boom pump to setup. The type of jobs a line pump can do are endless. Our line pumps carry 80m Line on them and more pipe can be arranged for those jobs where you just need the concrete that little bit further.

Our friendly staff are waiting to answer your call 7 days a week 24hours a day click here to contact us now!

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Bessa  Blocks  390mm X 190mm X 190mm

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