Boston, MA

Do you have a project or business in need of a supply of concrete blocks, specifically for the area of Boston, Massachusetts? Well, if so, we are here and happy to help! We provide concrete barrier blocks in Boston. We serve with intentional purpose, great customer service, and quality products. If you would like to learn more, please give us a call at: 833-763-1711

 

The City of Boston

Boston is not only the most populous city in the state of Massachutsetts, but it is also the state capital. Boston has an area of around 89.63 square miles, surrounded by the Greater Boston metropolitan area and located on the Boston Harbor, which can be found on the Massachusetts Bay. The city is a world leader in higher education, considering it is a hot spot for universities and colleges; some focusing on law, medicine, business, and engineering. The culture in Boston can be noted for its music, sports, arts, and again, education. We provide bin blocks in Boston, MA. 

If you are still interested in working with us, but are not located directly within the city of Boston, don’t worry! We can still help you! One of our favorite things about our business is that we are able to provide concrete block help to those located all over the place! So, we have a sit down below of some cities somewhat in a certain proximity of Boston to give you an idea of some of the other cities we serve: Canton, Rosedale, Dedham, Avon, Weymouth, South Weymouth, Randolph, North Reading, Babson Park, Needham, Wilmington, Waltham, Weston, Belmont, Burlington, Hollis, Somerset, Bedford, Shirley, Wareham, Smithfield, Providence, East Providence, Manchester, Danville, Hampton, Lancaster, Merrimack, West Boylston, Devens, Hillsborough, Hampden, Belchertown, Chicopee Falls, Woods Hole, Ware, Barre, Pittsfield, Harwich, Vernon, Narragansett, Athol, West Kingston, Newport, Dennisport, Lee, Bristol, Woodstock, Southington, Avon, Deerfield, Hinsdale, Lebanon, Rumney, Greenfield, Grafton, Truro, Keene Harbor, Center, and Meriden. If you could not manage to locate your city within that list, please contact us and we will figure out a way we can best help you!

We provide bin blocks in Boston, MA  even though you may refer to them by different names. Concrete blocks have all sorts of shapes, sizes, uses (which we will discuss later), and even names! Concrete block names can vary from place to place, business to business, and jobsite to jobsite. However, to avoid some possible confusion, here are some of the concrete block names that we typically lean more towards using within our business: large concrete retaining wall blocks, interlocking v-blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, jumbo blocks, gravity wall blocks, bin blocks, stackable concrete blocks, barrier blocks, storage wall blocks, soldier blocks, leftover concrete blocks, waste blocks, and mafia blocks. If you are more familiar with some other concrete block names, please let us know! We’d love to hear your thoughts and potentially add to our ever-growing list!

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Boston, MA The particular concrete barrier blocks we provide are nicknamed “lego blocks” and “v-wedge blocks”. The first, the lego blocks, come in a single size of 5’ x 2.5’ x 2.5’, weighing 4,700lbs, and can be fit in up to sets of 10 on a truck trailer. The lego blocks are able to connect together using their two lego-like cylinders atop the block and the two holes on the bottom of the block. The other block, the v-wedge, comes in three different sizes. There is a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs and can have up to 13 on a truck trailer. There is a 4’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 2,400lbs and can have up to 18 on a truck trailer. And finally, there is a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs and can have up to 26 on a truck trailer. The v-wedge blocks have a way of connecting as well, but it’s a bit different than that of a lego block. Instead of having cylinders and holes, these blocks have special wedges, as the name implies. There are two sets of wedges, one on the top and side, and a reverse version of the wedge on the bottom and other side. Both the lego and v-wedge blocks have a rebar handle loop installed into the concrete on top each block, which makes moving the blocks very simple. All you need to do is attach a chain to the rebar handle loop and you’re good to go! If you have any questions about either of these blocks, please let us know!

Like we said before, concrete blocks have a multitude of names, but they also have many many uses as well. The right concrete blocks can be a great addition to a number of projects and worksites. Although often overlooked, concrete blocks, and concrete in general, are a very important part of construction, architecture, and communities. We provide bin blocks in Boston and here are some of the common ways our concrete blocks can be put to good use: concrete retaining walls, road district material storage, security of utilities, storage bins, propane and/or fuel tank protection, general weight, property privacy and/or separation, anchor weights for tents, and parking lot and/or traffic management and control. If you have any other ideas on how our concrete blocks can be used for more projects, please give us a call! 

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Boston…but how do you receive your blocks? We have two different block transport options available to choose from: pick up or delivery. We will discuss the pick up process and requirements first. First, you will need to give our team a call and we will set you up with a time and date to come visit our facility and pick up your blocks. You will then be asked to bring with you a set of straps and/or chains so we can secure the blocks to the trailer. We will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, so you don’t need to worry about that part of the process. Now we will talk about the delivery process and requirements. First, your drop off site or location must have enough space in order for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the area. The space needed will be around 47’-53’. If your area does not provide that much space, we can figure out another, nearby, available space to drop off the blocks and use smaller machinery to move the blocks to the actual, desired location. Next, your drop off site must have an adequate amount of proper machinery able to offload the blocks. This equipment must be able to 1) reach a height up to 7’+ because the trailer it 5’ in height, along with the blocks which are 2’ and 2) be able to carry a weight of 4,700, 3,600, 2,400, or 1,800lbs, depending on which size of block is being delivered. To discuss either of these processes, or any of the information we have talked about thus far, in more detail, please contact us at : 833-763-1711 and we would love to talk with you!

Fun Facts

We love providing for the city of Boston, and cities far and wide. In fact, we’d like to share some cool facts about the city of Boston. Thank you for your time!

  • Did you know that in the year 1716, the first American lighthouse was built in Boston Harbor?
  • Fig Newton, the famous fig snack, is named after one of the Boston suburbs: Newton, Massachusetts. 
  • Did you know that the first ever American chocolate factory was built in Boston?