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Do you have a project located in South Dakota that is in need of or lacking concrete blocks? We are here to help! We provide bin blocks in South Dakota. Not only that, our concrete products are affordable AND environmentally friendly. Our experienced team is more than happy to help serve you and answer any questions you may have. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please give us a call at the following number: 833-763-1711

State of South Dakota

Covering 77,116 square miles in the North-Central region of the U.S is the state of South Dakota. South Dakota is bordered by its fellow states of Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montana. South Dakota can be found in the Great Plains region and its landscape ranges from glacial lakes, prairies, farmland, mountains, and badlands. The Missouri River essentially separates South Dakota into two parts. These two parts are actually very different, both in their economy, population, and geography. Some tourist attractions you can find in South Dakota include the following: Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Badlands National Park, Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Memorial, Wind Cave National Park, Deadwood, and Spearfish Canyon. We provide concrete barrier blocks in South Dakota.

We provide bin blocks in South Dakota, whether you are located in a bigger city, such as: Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Aberdeen, Brookings, Watertown, Mitchell, Yankton, Pierre, Huron, Spearfish, Box Elder, Brandon, Vermillion, Sturgis, Harrisburg, Madison, Belle Fourche, Rapid Valley, Tea, Dell Rapids, Milbank, Hot Springs, Dakota Dunes, Pine Ridge, Mobridge, Hartford, Blackhawk, Canton, Lead, North Sioux City, and Winner, or a smaller city, such as: Britton, Lake Andes, Piedmont, Parker, Alcester, Valley Springs, Platte, Arlington, Elkton, Whitewood, Marion, Edgemont, Worthing, Ashland Heights, Lake Madison, Menno, Hill City, Herried, Big Stone City, Selby, Blucksberg Mountain, Philip, White River, Onida, White, Timber Lake, Tripp, Kimball, Bullhead, Cherry Creek, Ethan, or Ramona. If you can’t find your project location in this list, don’t worry! We would still love to provide for you, regardless of location. So, please give us a call and we would love to let you know a way we can best serve you! We look forward to hearing from you.

What concrete block names are you familiar with? There are tons of different block names out there, some of the more commonly used ones being: bin blocks, barrier blocks, waste blocks, jumbo blocks, mafia blocks, soldier blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, interlocking v-blocks, leftover concrete blocks, stackable concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, and large concrete retaining wall blocks. If you have any other block names in mind that you are familiar with, please let us know and we can add them to our list as well! We provide concrete barrier blocks in South Dakota, regardless of what other names you may know these blocks by.

We provide bin blocks in South Dakota, but what makes these blocks so special and useful? These blocks are also what we call v-wedge blocks. They earned this name because they use v-wedges in order to slide together and interlock with one another. Each block has four different wedges: a protruding wedge on the top and on the side, and an inverted version of the wedge that forms an indent on the bottom and opposite side. These wedges fit together perfectly, making them useful for a number of different projects. Another useful feature about these blocks is that they each have a rebar handle loop on their tops. This loop enables you to move these blocks around without the use of special rigging equipment. We offer these blocks in various different sizes for the state of South Dakota. Please contact us for further information. Thank you!  833-763-1711

How can you expect to use our blocks? Well, our blocks have all sorts of different uses and have been utilized all over the country for lots of different projects. Some of the more common projects our blocks have been used in include: parking lot management, storage bins, road district storage, concrete retaining walls, traffic control, anchor weights, utilities security, fuel/propane tank protection, property separation, and general weight. Again, there are plenty of current and potential uses for our blocks. So, if you have any further ideas or questions regarding concrete block usage, please feel free to give us a call. We provide concrete barrier blocks in South Dakota. 

So, how exactly should you expect to receive your blocks after purchasing them? There are two different options for block transport that you can choose from: pickup or delivery. However, each of these processes have a couple different requirements that must be met in order for them to go safely and smoothly. We will discuss these requirements down below, starting with pick up: First thing you will need to do in order to put pick up into motion is give us a call. This is so you can set up a time and date to come pick up your blocks from our facility. Someone from our team will be more than happy to help you out with this! When your pick-up date rolls around, we will load the blocks onto the trailer for you, but we ask that you provide a set of straps and/or chains that can be used to secure the blocks down. Thank you! Now, onto the delivery requirements: First off, you must have the proper block offloading equipment, on-site, that is capable of offloading your blocks once they arrive. In order to do this, the equipment must be able to reach a height of 7’+ because, in height, the trailer is 5’ and the blocks are 2’. It must also be able to carry the weight of your blocks, which will vary depending on the size of block you are having delivered. For more information about block sizes and weights, please give us a call! Lastly, you must have an open space of 47’-53’ so that the delivery semi can safely enter and exit the drop off zone. If you do not have this much space available, we can discuss dropping the blocks off at another, nearby location. From there, we can use smaller machinery in order to transport the blocks back to the actual desired spot. If you have any questions or concerns regarding either of these processes or their requirements, please do not hesitate to give us a call! We would be more than happy to speak with you.

Fun Facts

We love providing for the stunning state of Montana. Here are some fun facts about this state:

  • What is Montana’s nickname? The Treasure State!
  • Did you know that Montana is home to the world’s shortest river?
  • Did you know that Montana’s name came from the Spanish word “montana”, which means “mountain”?