Sidewalk Meets Concrete Truck Question
Craig in lieu of or better yet in addition to the dirt fill, throw down some metal sheeting, or some sheets of plywood, something heavy like 3/4" over the top. We usually bridge over walks in a similar manner, just use scraps of 2"x screw together or else 4" and then lay the plywood or osb flooring works ok. I keep about a half dozen old sheets in the back of the shop for this kind of thing. Used to have a deck plate that I had, ....uh approriated from an abandoned factory that we salvaged bricks from during demolition, was just too good to throw in the scrap trailer. Stupidly loaned it out a while back & it forgot it's way home. :confused: What are friends for?!?
This is your sidwalk from the drive to the house right, not the one along the street? If it's the main sidewalk that was installed along the street those do have some reinforcing steel in them.
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