Worcester, MA

We provide bin blocks in Worcester, MA. So, if you are planning on starting a project, or are currently working on a project that will require concrete blocks, we would love to assist you! We have a wide variety of affordable, environmentally friendly concrete blocks and a wonderful, experienced team that is here to help you. If you have any questions for us or would like to request more information, please feel free to give us a call at the following numbers: 833-763-1711

City of Worcester

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Worcester, MA. Worcester is located 40 miles west of Boston, 38 miles northwest of Providence, and 50 miles east of Springfield. Totaling 38.6 square miles, this city is commonly known as the Heart of the Commonwealth because its location is near the center of the state. Its landscape consists of hills, rivers, ponds, and serves as the start of the Blackstone Valley. Some tourist attractions found in Worcester include: The Worcester Art Museum, The Hanover Theatre, Mechanics Hall, Crompton Collective, and Central Rock Climbing Center. We provide bin blocks in Worcester, MA. 

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Worcester, MA. But, we also provide for many other cities and areas around the nation. Some of the cities around Worcester that we also provide for include the following: Cordaville, Southborough, Harvard, West Borough, Spencer, Thompson, Sturbridge, Dudley, Ironston, Uxbridge, Clinton, Rutland, Charlton, Bolton, Marlborough, Warwick, West Springfield, Cambridge, Boston, Burlington, Watertown, Waltham, Providence, Lowell, Framingham, Fitchburg, Milford, South Bridge, Newport, Manchester, New London, Amherst, Brockton, Hartford, Fall River, Springfield, Mount Sunapee, Ashland, Cheshire, Canaan, Hill, Danbury, Craryville, East Greenbush, Brookfield, East Dennis, Kinderhook, Wilmington, Dennis, and Florida. Our services are nor limited to just these cities though. So, if you are still interested in working with us but cannot find your project location on the list above, please feel free to give us a call and we’d still love to help you, regardless of location. We provide bin blocks in Worcester, MA. 

We provide concrete barrier blocks in Worcester, MA, but you may know these blocks by a different name. There are a lot of concrete block names out there, so we’d like to try and narrow them down as much as possible for you. Some of the more commonly used concrete block names within our business include the following names: soldier blocks, bin blocks, mafia blocks, jumbo blocks, waste blocks, barrier blocks, ecology blocks, lego blocks, stackable concrete blocks, leftover concrete blocks, storage wall blocks, large concrete retaining wall blocks, gravity wall blocks, and interlocking v-blocks. If you have any other concrete block names you are more familiar with using, please let us know and we can add those names to our list as well!

Now, what particular block do we provide in Worcester, MA? These blocks, in addition to being known as bin or barrier blocks, are also what we call interlocking v-wedge blocks. These blocks are called this because of their interlocking features: v-wedges! Each block has a total of four wedges that enable them to slide together smoothly, interlocking them. An outward-protruding wedge can be found on the block’s top and side, while an inverted wedge created a divot on the block’s bottom and other side. Also, on each block’s top, there is a rebar handle loop, which can be used in order to move these blocks around without the use of complicated rigging equipment. We offer these blocks in four different sizes for Worcester: a 6’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 3,600lbs, a 4’ x 2’ x 2’ blocks that weighs 2,400lbs, a 3’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,800lbs, and a 2’ x 2’ x 2’ block that weighs 1,200lbs. When it comes to transporting these blocks, each trailer can hold either thirteen of the 6’ blocks, eighteen of the 4’ blocks, twenty-six of the 3’ blocks, or thirty-seven of the 2’ blocks can fit. If you have any questions or would like even further information regarding these v-wedge blocks, please do not hesitate to give us a call!

Now, what can you use our blocks for? All sorts of things! Our blocks have been used in projects, both large and small, all over the country. Some of these projects have included: traffic control, concrete retaining walls, storage bins, security of various utilities, parking lot management, protection of fuel/propane tanks, property separation, anchor weights, road district storage, and general weight. If you have any other ideas or questions about concrete block usage, we’d love to chat!

Now we will walk you through how you should expect to receive your blocks. This will be through either delivery or pick up, depending on which one you select. We explain their requirements down below, starting with delivery. First thing you will need to make sure of is having enough space for the delivery semi to enter and exit the site. A space of 47’-53’ will be needed for this purpose. If you do not have access to this much space, we can discuss dropping off the blocks at another nearby location and then use smaller machinery to transport the blocks to the actual, desired space. Next thing you will need to be sure of is having the proper block offloading equipment, on-site, ready to offload the blocks once they arrive. In order to do this, the machinery must be able to withstand carrying the weight of your blocks (1,200-3,600lbs) and reach a height of 7’+. This is because, in height, each block is 2’ and the trailer is 5’. Now, let’s walk through the pickup process. In order to select pick up of your blocks, you will need to set up a date and time to come to our facility and pick them up. You can do this by giving us a call and someone from our team would love to help you set that time up. When you come to pick them up, we ask that you bring along a set of chains and/or straps that can be used to secure the blocks to the trailer. Thank you. If you have any questions or concerns about either of these processes, please give us a call!

Fun Facts

We love providing for the city of Worcester. Here are some fun facts about this beautiful city:

  1. Did you know that Worcester is home to America’s oldest music festival?
  2. Did you know that a lady from Worcester (Esther Howland) created the first Valentines day cards?
  3. Did you know that the Declaration of Independence was first publicly read in Worcester, MA?