Are you looking for a reliable and affordable source to provide you with concrete blocks for your project located in the state of Nebraska? If so, we would be more than happy to help you out! We provide bin blocks in Nebraska. We have a great selection of cost-efficient and environmentally friendly concrete products for you to choose from. In addition, our team is experienced and ready to help you with all of your concrete block needs. If you would like more information or have any questions for us, please give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711
State of Nebraska
Located in the United States Midwest region, covering an area of approximately 77,220 square miles is the state of Nebraska. Nebraska is bordered by its fellow states of Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, and South Dakota. In Nebraska, you can find different parts of two distinct regions: the Great Plains and Dissected Till Plains. A large portion of the state’s landscape is flat, but in the east, you can find slightly rolling hills. Some tourist attractions you can find in Nebraska are: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Carhenge, Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum, Old Market, Chimney Rock National Historic Site, and Haymarket District. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Nebraska.
We provide bin blocks in Nebraska, whether you live in a big city or a small town. Here are some examples of some larger cities, by population, in Nebraska: Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Grand Island, Kearney, Fremont, Hastings, Norfolk, Columbus, Papillon, North Platte, La Vista, Scottsbluff, South Sioux City, Beatrice, Chalco, Lexington, Gering, Alliance, York, Blair, Seward, McCook, Crete, Nebraska City, Plattsmouth, Schulyer, Sidney, and Ralston. Now, here are some examples of smaller cities, by population, in Nebraska: Red Cloud, Loup City, Laurel, Arnold, Macy, Humboldt, Crofton, Crawford, Bloomfield, Henderson, Doniphan, Chappell, Emerson, Pery, Terrytown, Cedar Bluffs, Boys Town, Deshler, Curtis, Genoa, Axtell, Oxford, Clay Center, Humphrey, Overton, Elmwood, Beemer, Lyons, Fairmont, Hershey, Howells, and Elgin. If you can’t find your project location on either of these lists, don’t worry! These are just example cities. We would love to provide for you, regardless of location. We provide for all cities in Nebraska and areas all over the U.S. Please feel free to give us a call if you have any questions.
There are all kinds of concrete block names out there, right? Yes, but we want to make things as simple as possible for you. Below we created a list of some of the more commonly used block names within our business. Our block vocabulary is not limited to just these names, so if you have any other blocks names that you are more familiar with, please let us know and we would be more than happy to add them to our list! Here are some of the more commonly used concrete block names: bin blocks, barrier blocks, soldier blocks, waste blocks, jumbo blocks, lego blocks, ecology blocks, mafia blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks. We provide concrete barrier blocks in Nebraska, despite what other names you may know them by.
We provide bin blocks in Nebraska, but what is so special about these blocks? What are they exactly? Well, these blocks are quite useful because they have the ability to slide together and interlock. Each block has four v-shaped wedges, which enable them to do this. There are two sets of wedges. The first are v-wedges that protrude out of the block on the top and side, while the second set form a v-wedge indentation on the bottom and other side. Another helpful feature these blocks have are their rebar handle loops. Each block has one of these loops installed to their top, which enables you to move them around without the use of special rigging equipment. We offer these blocks in various different sizes for the state of Nebraska. Please contact us for more information. Thank you. 833-763-1711
So, how exactly can you expect to use our blocks? They have been used in all sorts of different projects, both large and small, all across the country. Some of the more common ways they have been used are in projects that involve: road district material storage, anchor weights for large tents, fuel/propane tank protection, utilities security, parking lot management, concrete retaining walls, property separation, traffic control, storage bins, and general weight. There are plenty of other uses for our concrete blocks, so if you have any further ideas or questions, please let us know! We’d love to hear from you!
We provide concrete barrier blocks in Nebraska, but how do you receive them? When it comes to block transportation, we have two different options for you to choose from: pick up or delivery. Both of these options have a few different requirements that must be met in order for them to go safely and smoothly. We will walk you through these requirements down below. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions or concerns regarding either of these methods, please do not hesitate to contact us! Now, here are the pick up requirements: First off, you must give us a call. During this call, someone from our wonderful team would be more than happy to set you up with a date and time to come to our facility and pick up your blocks. When you come to pick them up, we will gladly load the blocks onto the trailer for you, but we ask that in order to secure them down, you bring along some chains and/or straps that are able to do just that. Thank you! Now we will discuss the delivery requirements: First thing that you will need to make sure of is having enough space for the delivery semi to safely enter and exit the drop off site. In order to do this, a space of 47’-53’ must be available. If you do not have access to this much space, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another nearby location. From there, we can use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual, desired spot. Next, for delivery, you must have the proper, on-site block offloading equipment that is ready to offload the blocks once they arrive. In order to do this safely and efficiently, you must make sure that this equipment is capable of carrying the weight of your blocks* and reaching a height of 7’+ (This is because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are 2’.) (*Block weights will vary, please contact us for more information.) Again, if you have any questions or concerns whatsoever, please contact us!
We love providing for the beautiful state of Nebraska. Here are some interesting facts about this area:
- Did you know that Kool-Aid was invented in Nebraska?
- Did you know that Nebraska is home to America’s largest indoor rainforest?
- Did you know that Nebraska is home to a six-foot statue of Chef Boyardee?