Pouring concrete on the container castle

4-Yan, 2020
591 405 Ko‘rishlar soni

Using a concrete bucket and crane to pour concrete on top of the container castle to finish the floor.

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  • Andrew doesn't have to speed them up for me could watch regular speed

    Thomas DobrenickThomas Dobrenick12 kun oldin
  • 1) Pour 2) Rake/Shovel 3) SCREED 4) Bull Float 5) Finish

    Wayne MohrWayne Mohr12 kun oldin
  • Props to this man who just raked idk how many yards by hi self real friend

    Blake SortinoBlake Sortino16 kun oldin
  • Great video

    Cider Valley FarmsCider Valley Farms25 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind. /.;']\=-

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck27 kun oldin
  • I have a question before you put that metal roof on you have said that you had leaks where did the roof leak at?

    Keegan FosterKeegan Foster29 kun oldin
  • And by the way don’t worry about your music just watching you work is amazing your music is fine

    Jerry JosephJerry JosephOy oldin
  • You are a extraordinary man believe it or not I wish there was more young people work as hard as you do the way we used to in America now we got idiots you’re doing a great job and everything you do

    Jerry JosephJerry JosephOy oldin
  • Just whip out the heavy artillery, the crane will go!

    J KJ KOy oldin
  • My hat's off to the three concrete guys that poured on the roof!!!

    Frank GuerreroFrank GuerreroOy oldin
  • This is a cool project but I see rust through in the future and other water leaking issues. Hope I’m wrong. I think I would have used a rubberized coating on the steal that the pour is on.

    This Is SlamminThis Is SlamminOy oldin
  • That's a happy dog.🤗😃

    Ernest SilvaErnest SilvaOy oldin
  • Are these containers braced from underneath? Just wondering if the roofs are sturdy enough to support the concrete until it dries. Nevermind - I just watched the last few minutes and saw the 4x4 uprights

    Steve TuranskySteve TuranskyOy oldin
  • Enjoy watching your video

    Yasmin GhaniYasmin Ghani2 oy oldin
  • i hope Andrew paid Jesse im sure he did friend or no friend thats alot of work spreading that concrete Cheers!

    JIMMYWAYNELAKEJIMMYWAYNELAKE2 oy oldin
  • That Dozer is a saving Grace!

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
  • Poor ole Jesse was working hard. A good thing another friend came around as it was almost too much for Jesse.

    gary meyersgary meyers2 oy oldin
  • No matter how nonchalant you would appear to do things, it is obvious that all has been well planned out.

    gary meyersgary meyers2 oy oldin
  • Lucky to have Jesse helping...

    Richard BeckRichard Beck3 oy oldin
  • Yeah, I was thinking that you were short handed on workers. It would have been funny if you had four guys helping....and they went on strike halfway through the job.... Hahahahahah. Some of Levi's foot prints in the cement would ROCK! Signed: L & A Construction or L.A.C.C.

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE843 oy oldin
  • Dang, you forgot the hydronic radiant heat plumbing!

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE843 oy oldin
  • Yeah....it would have been a drag if you had to bleed the fuel injectors right there.... But, if you had to and got'r done...on the fly.... You'd be the mechanical god to a couple hundred thousand peeps.

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE843 oy oldin
  • That is a huge Lego castle.

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE843 oy oldin
  • Is condensation on the inside of the shipping containers going to be a problem? I was thinking about insulation for the winter cold and summer heat and then wondered about the water vapour that would be present. When the wind is blowing and slates are rattling I often think it would be nice to live in a metal house, used to be at sea so always a metal house there. No idea what was done about insulation there, something must have been. Keep up the good work. I was so surprised the cement truck made it up the hill!!!

    Paddington 60Paddington 604 oy oldin
  • My back is killing me just watching that.

    Steve TSteve T4 oy oldin
  • Better use that dozer coming down.........you don't want to end up in the next county

    Steve TSteve T4 oy oldin
  • Incredible location. I'd want a refurbished HMMWV for an everyday vehicle for those winter "get in and get out" grades.

    boxwoodgreenboxwoodgreen5 oy oldin
  • At 5:32 I see a Yamaha Moto 4. We have one of those. Very reliable machine

    Desert RatDesert Rat5 oy oldin
  • Good friends are priceless.

    Patrick LawlorPatrick Lawlor5 oy oldin
  • I know how the concrete Co. push you. That guy deserves a beer for slogging it out alone.

    Howard RickertHoward Rickert5 oy oldin
  • иногда для улучшения проходимости машины достаточно просто приспустить давление в колёсах площадь соприкосновения с грунтом увеличивается и улучшается проходимость если переусердствовать со спусканием воздуха то можно сорвать покрышки

    Uno karpa440Uno karpa4405 oy oldin
  • 👍👍👍👋👋👋👏👏👏🙏🙏🙏👍👍👍

    Steves Leonardoss MohnssSteves Leonardoss Mohnss5 oy oldin
  • Andrew, any issue with the concrete pored on the container roofs? (Rust, condensation on inside, ...) . Also, anything advice on doing it? Want to do the same to mine and build a wooden deck/carport off of it.

    Carlos TorresCarlos Torres5 oy oldin
    • Do it like I did it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • I love the channel but you make pouring concrete look like hard work...which it shouldn't be.

    John HJohn H5 oy oldin
  • How many rolls of welding wire have you gone through so far? hahaha

    Roger ORoger O6 oy oldin
    • Probably a dozen of the 33lbs rolls.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • Today as I cut a second driveway into my property I kept thinking to myself, I sure wish I had a castle. Plus 2 cranes and all the other cool toys you have. I really messed up not going into earthworks. I only have a kubota l2550 and a bobcat T650. They're nice, but I need more. Mini excavator is next. Get yourself a power screed if you plan to pour much more. You'll thank me later.

    kamala says heels up, dont shootkamala says heels up, dont shoot6 oy oldin
  • You might look at buying a used concrete mixer truck that the truck part is worn out and make your own concrete on site. A ranch I worked on did that and it worked out pretty good, we just towed it with a tractor to where we needed to use it and dozed up a ramp to load it. U could park it downside of a hill for loading too. Owner bought it cheap at an auction.

    Rob HartshornRob Hartshorn6 oy oldin
  • Hope all is well with you and your family looking forward to the cody video!

    Darin MorganteDarin Morgante6 oy oldin
  • Dude I don’t know how I got here but this quarantine is getting crazy. I just found a video of a guy with a cool conex concrete hybrid house. I mean let’s go.

    Therealghost TvTherealghost Tv6 oy oldin
  • This man has nerves of steel. Well done Andrew, cheers from Australia.

    Ken CKen C6 oy oldin
  • What’s the intro music called?

    Deere_ 5065eDeere_ 5065e6 oy oldin
  • You know someone is a welder when they weld the rebar instead of just lashing it haha a little extra for good measure lol

    John_Clarke_2John_Clarke_26 oy oldin
  • Won’t the container roof rust out ,concrete is porous ,I suspect the engineer is aware of this ,strange build

    james dicksonjames dickson6 oy oldin
  • This one isn't in the playlist. Might want to fix that.

    shaun browneshaun browne6 oy oldin
    • Thank you, it should be fixed.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • Levi is like "come here if you dare!!"

    pear7777pear77776 oy oldin
  • idk why u r using rebar for the floor, with the concrete, i hope you are using light weight concrete, unncessary to load the containers with all that weight

    Iliria LeasingIliria Leasing6 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata thanks for replying

      Iliria LeasingIliria Leasing6 oy oldin
    • Its normal concrete. Containers can hold any amount of weight.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • how come you don't just get the damn bulldozer i can't believe how many times you don't use your head and you seem pretty smart you just like using little toys instead of the right piece of machinery i almost had a stroke when i seen you fire up the dozer for delivery truck

    terry hudsonterry hudson6 oy oldin
  • It was looking a little hairy andrew but you got er done good man been there done that

    jerry Colejerry Cole7 oy oldin
  • What's up with this "we don't use pump trucks, only trucks with chutes" business in the US?! You should use ONLY concrete trucks with pumps build in.

    tatjonitatjoni7 oy oldin
    • Separate pump trucks are available for hire with pump cranes. That would have been easier than using this bucket. I don't see how that could be one truck. I wanted to try my bucket, this was the first time I used it. Using it twice will pay for it self.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • That is a lot of concrete work even for three guys!

    Shawn BrownShawn Brown7 oy oldin
  • Nice job greetings from Denmark

    Zeissler MusicZeissler Music7 oy oldin
  • That concrete seems so heavy. Hard to believe a shipping container is that strong.

    Delta DavidDelta David7 oy oldin
    • Delta David shipping containers get stacked up 9 high, heavily loaded, on boats that tilt.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • Well, obviously the rebar and moving the crane should have been done the day before. LOL!

    Mike HMike H7 oy oldin
  • If you had very cold nights inn the shade like that early morning with summer diesel you may have had a waxed up fuel system or the filters may be getting dirty too!

    Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner7 oy oldin
  • Dumb!

    Yo JoeYo Joe7 oy oldin
  • I can’t sleep. I bought a bunch of tools you demonstrated. Please let us know when you’re on vacation!!!!

    John QuinnJohn Quinn7 oy oldin
  • Andrew I love your videos and the work you do but don’t kill your health as I did by doing too much by my self now I’m shot as to my health Your the best !

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko8 oy oldin
  • Dehydrated do you short change the labor when doing a big hard job you should have satleast five men doing that pour for a few hours so you don’t kill yourself

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko8 oy oldin
  • That's going to be an awfully lot of weight setting up there are you using the light weight concrete on it

    Bill DanielsBill Daniels8 oy oldin
  • 18:30 love the straight cuts 🤣

    froopfroop8 oy oldin
  • Locke uzworld.info/player/video/hrLUh5ZrgJWTi4A

    lastfanstanding999lastfanstanding9998 oy oldin
  • Is this going to be your dwelling?

    Richard BrooksRichard Brooks8 oy oldin
  • Well it a problem with this old machines dont have power to drive up hill...... Aaaa! Pouring concrete it bring back memories wen i was building my house !!! The entrance you make in the tower was funny it like for Dwarfs in the castle....he he he !

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • i'd imagine they wouldn't have tried this with so few guys on a hot summer day.

    nocoolname32nocoolname328 oy oldin
  • Hello How long did it take to place crete? How many yards? Thanks

    gentile joshsavedgentile joshsaved8 oy oldin
  • Andrew what happened work stopped on your Castle . Waiting for new work to start. Hope all is well and be safe.

    highviewranch1highviewranch18 oy oldin
  • job well done

    philip bondphilip bond8 oy oldin
  • I love your buildings absolutly love them

    SLAMMIN SALMON7SLAMMIN SALMON78 oy oldin
  • Andrew all of your concrete jobs that you do never turn out slick is that the way they do concrete up there where you live?? Don’t get me wrong but I do love to watch your channel.

    jerry smithjerry smith8 oy oldin
    • Turn out slick? I could polish the concrete, I didnt want it slippery though.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Love Andrew and the guy makes the the Energizer Bunny tired. But it must have been the stress of the moment at 4:18 “We’ll just send the concrete back” Uhhhh,I think you’d of had a new apron to park the crane on.Keep up the great work.

    Richard LuceRichard Luce8 oy oldin
  • Are you getting paid to finish this concrete ? I hope not !

    KGD ContractingKGD Contracting8 oy oldin
  • Any new videos of your roof?

    BluntZephyrBluntZephyr8 oy oldin
  • That's one of the most badass things I've ever seen.. I'd kill to live there

    Shawn McMorrowShawn McMorrow8 oy oldin
  • Probably the most honest, hard working guy I have ever seen go at it. I don't know how you manage all work as well as put out amazing you tube content and still have an amazing attitude and positive outlook Andrew Camarata is the best. Keep it up bud

    Fred GarvenFred Garven8 oy oldin
  • A concrete vibrator would of helped a lot

    Paul BricklayerPaul Bricklayer8 oy oldin
  • McMansion

    D WD W8 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, I'm really enjoying watching you work. The place looks great. I have worked on commercial job sites on the west coast for over 20 years, and I've never seen anyone use a drone to get a better look at where their crane pics were landing. The big boys could learn a thing or two from you. If I could make one suggestion it would be please, please consider using a harness and lanyard when you're working close to a leading edge. One second can change your life forever, or end it. Keep up the great work!

    Jamie AntoniJamie Antoni8 oy oldin
  • 視野遼闊 很好環境

    s blues blue8 oy oldin
  • I love your dog's name!

    Levi GodwinLevi Godwin8 oy oldin
  • Do you live in that thing ? Or do you have a house and thats your shop N play room ?

    jackie omanjackie oman8 oy oldin
  • how do you get water up there?

    Richard GRichard G8 oy oldin
    • Pipes.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Keep Jesse on the job and send the others home. He is a producer!

    joconnor3567joconnor35678 oy oldin
  • If you have any little low spots you can get some mortar mix and add some cement and latex glue and patch them with it.

    Thomas D HarrellThomas D Harrell8 oy oldin
  • ANDREW YOU SHOULD HAVE HAD 3 MORE GUYS. Next time you txt me I will come help! No shit! pharmacyman@att.net Weld, stik, MIG, carpenter, footings, concrete, skid steer, box blade, Dump truck, chain saw, electric, sprinklers, lay blocks, hang iron, and mechanic (not good as you)

    Thomas D HarrellThomas D Harrell8 oy oldin
  • Do you need cross braces to stabilise the structure?

    Adrian Cox THE SANT JORDI GOLF SOCIETYAdrian Cox THE SANT JORDI GOLF SOCIETY8 oy oldin
    • The containers stabilize it, but I added some too.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • I've been caught in Jessies situation twice in Kalgoorlie West Australia. Too much work and no help. Go head down ass up and DO it. Respect Jessie.

    shane johnshane john8 oy oldin
  • New to this channel and totally hooked. Anyone know how he has so many skills, knowledge of equipment use, and the bankroll for this project? Super curious how this stranger is now my new hero.

    Beer Debt: 1Beer Debt: 19 oy oldin
  • win we going to see the finish

    john enfingerjohn enfinger9 oy oldin
  • great work is this your shop and house or just the shop

    wally stewartwally stewart9 oy oldin
  • wish I was close to you...would of loved to give you a hand with the concrete just for fun

    Portuguese HustlePortuguese Hustle9 oy oldin
  • Levi looks like he needs a nap after the pour

    UStinman 84UStinman 849 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew The floor came out great, I know how much work there is. I am waiting for a movie about the roof construction. - Greetings from Poland, Paweł.

    Paweł i synPaweł i syn9 oy oldin
  • How many tons of cement Andrew ? 10 maybe

    Andrew LofthouseAndrew Lofthouse9 oy oldin
  • You must live pretty close cuz we use the same concrete company lol

    King ScoobyKing Scooby9 oy oldin
  • GREAT DESIGN & VISION !!!!!-- MANY TALENTS, LOVE TO WORK AS A TEAM ON LARGER PROJECTS W/FOLKS OF THIS CALIBER %100💪AWESOMENESS.

    Vance BufordVance Buford9 oy oldin
  • There is fruit in all labor

    Confesor MaldonadoConfesor Maldonado9 oy oldin
  • I can’t wait to see the finished project. It will be spectacular!

    Diane LewisDiane Lewis9 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, I was wondering if you ever heard of an app called SketchCut Pro. I thought you might be able to benefit from this app due to the fact that you have a lot of projects going on. It helps especially in carpentry (I used it to build my own custom cabinets in the kitchen) when purchasing large sheets of wood that you need to cut down to many smaller pieces...and in your case large pieces of steel like you did in your trailer video. It helps to tell you where to cut to optimize your scraps. Anyway, thank you for all of your awesome videos. I always look forward to seeing that you have uploaded a new one!

    RyansCoolStuffRyansCoolStuff9 oy oldin
  • Andrew what are you building there😯a fortress? Can those containers carry that type of weight?

    Jenny Smith-DackJenny Smith-Dack9 oy oldin
  • Looks good👍

    #HammerTime# H2R#HammerTime# H2R9 oy oldin
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