Planning to build a concrete driveway in Bathurst and surrounding areas
Is it time to build a concrete driveway in Bathurst or surrounding areas in the Central West NSW? What might seem like a daunting task can be made much easier and less stressful when you use high quality products and high performing services that are committed to providing industry leading results. Plus this will save you money when you get the right technical support and guidance on what products and volumes you will need for your individual concreting job; no waste, no mistakes.
One of the things to consider when designing and building your concrete driveway in Bathurst and surrounding areas is to always insist you get the highest quality concrete mix to ensure the longevity and strength of your finished project. You can be assured that by using Ever-Ready Concrete’s advanced plant technology with automated batching process, you will be provided with a superior and consistent product that is guaranteed throughout the whole project. You will be reassured knowing you have used industry leaders to supply your concrete product needs.
It is important to know in advance what specific technical requirements you will need to meet when planning and building your concrete driveway. Depending on whether your concrete driveway is residential or commercial, there are engineering specifications that must be met. Other technical requirement variations will depend on site specific factors such as urban or rural, battle-axe block, easements, block width and gradient of the land. Therefore a concrete driveway in Bathurst or surrounding areas will need to meet certain technical specifications as set out by your local building regulations and codes, which can be found within the relevant Central West NSW council websites such as Bathurst Regional Council, Orange Council, Lithgow Council, Oberon Council, Blayney Shire Council, Mid-Western Regional Council.
An example of a general guideline provided in the Bathurst Regional Council Guidelines for Engineering Works, 2011 is for a residential concrete driveway in Bathurst and surrounds will be built of full-width, 150mm thick, reinforced concrete, and no less than 25MPa. Expansion joints should be provided using 9mm thick bitumen impregnated filler boards.
Whereas a commercial driveway will have additional construction requirements for axle loadings and also shall be no less than 200mm of 25MPa concrete, with 2 layers of SL72 mesh, 50 top and bottom cover. It is important to consider the location of expansion and control joints. Bathurst Regional Council Guidelines for Engineering Works, 2011.