Do they not have a transfer? I can't get a trailer into my property either, but our vendor has a setup like this one:Glenn Brooks wrote: ↑Fri Apr 30, 2021 10:13 pmRyan, Down here (Seattle) Cadman aggregate just quoted $31.60/ton for 3/4” minus, plus $300 per load for the truck. So nearly $600 per 10 yard load. We need 250 yards minimum for 3000’ ROW. Half the cost is in the trucking. (Based on 1 yd = 1.4tons)
One thing all the yards said is one long trailer carrying 28-30yards cuts the cost by 1/3 formthe trucking. Unfortunately, we can’t get a long trailer into the parcel we are looking at. So only can use dumptrucks. It’s a killer, unless we can find someone to volunteer to haul the gravel in.
They just park it down the street, dump the first load, and go grab the other one and repeat.