Setting spancrete floor panels

14-Dek, 2019
700 825 Ko‘rishlar soni

Getting four 25' x 4' x 8" precast concrete (spancrete) floor panels and setting them on a building with a crane.

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  • I was waiting for that chain to snap going around the curve there. If it was me? It would have.

    lee gibsonlee gibson5 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind....-09=][

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck27 kun oldin
  • Can you use the spancrete for walls? I notice a lot commercial warehouses and big-block retail warehouses use these six-foot standing panels for walls too - but I think they might not be as thick.

    Edward TilleyEdward TilleyOy oldin
    • They are made differently for vertical. These panels need to be horizontal. And its important which side is up.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • wwe raw highlights

    joshua ruizjoshua ruiz2 oy oldin
  • Can i ask how much were the concrete slabs

    Tony's DIY Vehicle Flips & Rebuilds TennesseeTony's DIY Vehicle Flips & Rebuilds Tennessee2 oy oldin
  • Wooden floors 😂 Kind of unheard of in Germany. I mean, you can do this, but it's extremely rarely done.

    Ruben KelevraRuben Kelevra2 oy oldin
  • The metal frame looks incredibly unstable for all that weight - this is not engineered.

    Ping PongPing Pong3 oy oldin
  • Couldn't you have put the trailer directly on the bull dozer?

    Ping PongPing Pong3 oy oldin
  • To avoid double handling would it not of been easier for the delivery truck to off load the beams right at the building.. perhaps there is a technical, legal or logistical reason that they were off loaded at the bottom of the hill / at the front gate.

    Andrew CourtAndrew Court3 oy oldin
  • I have a job on my penthhouse .. feell good for no reason

    Li U MAAALi U MAAA4 oy oldin
  • Levi is definitely the boss! I respect Andrew because he knows how to treat his dogs.

    Jayster MacJayster Mac4 oy oldin
  • 8:17 why cant you just use the fucking shovel attachment

    Daniel HollandDaniel Holland4 oy oldin
  • Lol have you ever seen somebody who needs a full time hired guy more than Andrew

    Jack BarryJack Barry4 oy oldin
    • Or have 2, one on monday thru friday another tuesday thru saturday big jobs on the overlap and smaller when just 2 men. Plus it'd take 2 extra to keep up haha

      Jack BarryJack Barry4 oy oldin
  • Wow Andrew, watch yourself. Be careful..you need some help.(get that son of ours tto help you?) Where is your house in relative to your Container Castle? Just wondering?

    Sir. Tony Blair. jrSir. Tony Blair. jr4 oy oldin
  • super man! hello from Moscow!)

    conn1connconn1conn5 oy oldin
  • This guy needs a skytrak

    David ReyesDavid Reyes5 oy oldin
  • 👍👍👍👍👋👋👋👋 good morning friend Andrew

    Steves Leonardoss MohnssSteves Leonardoss Mohnss5 oy oldin
  • 3:53

    Machine ShopMachine Shop5 oy oldin
  • This guy must have some serious money , he’s got a lot of iron on that property love the work he does super smart guy

    Mr BusyMr Busy5 oy oldin
  • Check out the happy bark from Levi @ 16:45. My Yellow Lab almost never made a peep.

    Eric KiefferEric Kieffer5 oy oldin
  • You can have the nasty weather no way

    Circle HCircle H5 oy oldin
  • I've got a set of double railer tire chains ⛓ that have your name on them. They will fit 22.5 tires. That would have got ya up that hill.

    Jim CJim C6 oy oldin
  • you could take one at a time

    anthony john ramseyanthony john ramsey6 oy oldin
  • I think your dog has hip dysplasia

    Just PositionsJust Positions6 oy oldin
  • your an interesting dude, i love how you just stop and fix some random things. i love it

    David DececcoDavid Dececco6 oy oldin
  • Thank God for free thinking and creativity that is left in this old USA

    BIGERBOSS1998BIGERBOSS19986 oy oldin
  • Andrew of heard of that before

    Dale DavisDale Davis6 oy oldin
  • How old is that old loader crawler

    Dale DavisDale Davis6 oy oldin
  • I have a 2019 770 bobcat brand new everything

    Dale DavisDale Davis6 oy oldin
  • It's hard for me not to like the old black dump truck

    Dale DavisDale Davis6 oy oldin
  • You would never guess where I'm from

    Dale DavisDale Davis6 oy oldin
  • I need to find me a little place up there I lived in Western Pennsylvania for 11 years used to work over there a lot

    Dale DavisDale Davis6 oy oldin
  • The life of the guy in that truck was dependent on that chain not snapping

    Darrin RentrucDarrin Rentruc6 oy oldin
  • Man, this guy has stool for everything.

    Jon ZuberJon Zuber6 oy oldin
  • Andrew next summer get a couple of loads of road salt from your local roads dept no probs next winter. Cheers buddy.

    Rollem SwiftRollem Swift6 oy oldin
  • 😂😂

    Kamile AskerovaKamile Askerova7 oy oldin
  • i think I would want a little heat, just to smell the wood burn if nothing elst. you have a lot of wood to burn

    Joel D Herbert SrJoel D Herbert Sr7 oy oldin
  • Great opening music. Beautiful country. Good education. Thanks.

    Willaim R. KirklandWillaim R. Kirkland7 oy oldin
  • @16:15 what tool does he NOT have?

    J NotinNYCanymoreJ NotinNYCanymore7 oy oldin
  • the dogs seem smart enough not to fall off the edge, i get nervous watching them go up to the edge sometimes.

    Steve HartmanSteve Hartman7 oy oldin
  • 21:00 You say they have "a curve to them", I guess that also means they have a right side up?

    Manuel BarkhauManuel Barkhau7 oy oldin
  • i need the music from the end of this video , can you help me?

    k sk s7 oy oldin
    • Probably came from youtube audio library.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • When is this boy going to buy some snow/mud fitting for that truck? Thing gets stuck in mud more than dirt.

    DuncanDuncan8 oy oldin
  • Wish I lived there

    steve smithsteve smith8 oy oldin
  • Can't wait to see more

    Big Ed's beachside garageBig Ed's beachside garage8 oy oldin
  • In communism era wen i was a kid they build Blocks of Flats on assembley line just like you suggest to make it fast and alot of them to move the rural are to the city kind of like Communist China did it for the force industrialization......with concrete panels and bars steel ! The problem was they were a freezer in the winter and a microwave oven in the summer......after the fall of communism after the year 2000 it began a race to Termo Isolate this buildings because utilities prices jump up alot so you got no choise but to make it termic efficient now it the law in EU space special if you want to sell your flat or buy you will now how well termoisolatated is....

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • These type of spancrete panels are in use in The Netherlands for over 25 years for floor and roofconstructions. It’s only hard to hang a lamp underneath them. 😅

    Martin TijdgatMartin Tijdgat8 oy oldin
  • I hope you looked into the strength of those panels in great detail. I personally would never trust them spanning that kind of distance with an overhead installation.

    MAD GRUMPYMANMAD GRUMPYMAN8 oy oldin
  • Well done LEVI/ Andrew its good solid hard work but the end Cant wait !!!!! Hope you have some income coming in whilst you do this home upgrade. All the best from CHRIS across the pound YEOVIL Somerset UK

    Chris GrayChris Gray8 oy oldin
  • Hello Mr. Andrew, it is a nice show when it comes to work and especially the leader is handy and thinks it! I wish a lot of strength and success in the design, at work. with wishes, from the Czech Republic | z : Denda

    Marcel BoriMarcel Bori9 oy oldin
  • Given the annual forest fires in southern California (and elsewhere), I would wonder if this might be a good construction method (with or without the shipping containers). Poured concrete walls and stressed slab floors & roofs. I wonder if the slab manufacturer could also include PEX heating pipe in the slab (for heating & cooling). Or perhaps a layer of lightweight concrete on top of the stressed slab with PEX would be better. Food for thought.

    arbeeexarbeeex9 oy oldin
  • this last panel would have been a job from the front side.....

    templetonblaketempletonblake9 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata ...in the last sequence it was well visible. did i mention something? i blame yout... ;-)

      templetonblaketempletonblake9 oy oldin
    • It was still the same distance.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • I think all those construction equipment worth more than your house.

    Nicolas XuNicolas Xu9 oy oldin
  • After careful observations, I realized that Andrew's castle acts as a Faraday cage. Some cellular gadgets might not be receiving cell signal from the outside. If Andrew closes all the doors & windows, no radio signal will enter or leave the castle 😅

    The2ndKombatThe2ndKombat9 oy oldin
  • Why did you use your skid steer over the plow or the Yellow Dozer? It would have been faster to use one of the two wider/bigger units correct? I know bigger/larger is not always better. In this I think it wold have been. I do not understand your logic and would like to learn why you made the choice of using the skid steer. Thanks.

    ahnbraahnbra9 oy oldin
  • That dog knows when shit goes up in the air to get out of the way.......awesome

    BrokeBike MtbBrokeBike Mtb9 oy oldin
  • I feel like it's time for you to invest in upgrading your driveway and also it would make some good videos.

    djmipsdjmips9 oy oldin
  • Love your videos!! Love Levi! He’s awesome!!

    Jim BeckJim Beck9 oy oldin
  • Is this building going to be able to hold all this weight???

    Crotch BanisterCrotch Banister9 oy oldin
  • Your lack of doing anything safely is extremely frustrating. No harnesses, no bracing, improper lifting methods. Do yourself a favor and listen to some of the experts on here before you get someone..or yourself killed.

    MrPlow_2841MrPlow_28419 oy oldin
  • 🤣🤣🤣🤣 WOW your peace of work!!! Narcissist! What was your score on the CCO test, you didn’t say? I already know your rigging experience. Go until it brakes or someone gets hurt or dies! You don’t pick precast with truck chains. Your a hack!!!

    Brian YoungBrian Young9 oy oldin
  • Yep, your one of those guys that doesn’t listen. Go back and read your owner’s manual!!! On crane set up!! You did pass your CCO certification! 🙄 You really need to take a rigging class!!! What your doing is what you don’t do!!!

    Brian YoungBrian Young9 oy oldin
    • No, everything I am doing is the way to do it. Anything different is wrong.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • Setting up a crane you have to use crane pads. It’s in your CCO hand book, and in the owners manual. Crane pads have to be 3 time big then the out rigger pad.

    Brian YoungBrian Young9 oy oldin
    • That is on solid rock there. Those feet aren't going to sink in the ground.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • We need more :D part 3 !!! do it! just do it! :) Lovin the build

    Bruce HurlburtBruce Hurlburt9 oy oldin
  • It’s a shame that the property isn’t better kept. It could be nice.

    Frank BrileyFrank Briley9 oy oldin
    • I see this property as a working space to run a business from not a show home.

      Martin RMartin R8 oy oldin
  • Wheres the next video

    John HallJohn Hall10 oy oldin
  • Andrew is a never say never guy!!! This guy doesn't know what the word can't means!!!

    Autigers2010Autigers201010 oy oldin
  • That was the most ignorant thing ive seen in awhile, You could have easily lost that piece. If you were going to try that you should have at least double wrapped the chain so if the other end slid it couldn't come out of the choke. The safest option would have been to set it down and reposition the crane. The use of steel wire strand chokers would have been great to as chain has a tendency to run easier than wire chokers. Very lucky. Just my opinion though. Structural Union Ironworker

    paulluna45paulluna4510 oy oldin
  • Did you have to make plans and pull permits for that thing?

    DustinDustin10 oy oldin
    • dus toin I did.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Never heard them called spancrete floors, very interesting. What tonnage was that rt crane?

    ShortyzProductionzShortyzProductionz10 oy oldin
    • 20 ton

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Wow 😳! Scary!!!!!!!

    Brian YoungBrian Young10 oy oldin
  • How you guys didn’t kill anybody is a Miracle

    Brian YoungBrian Young10 oy oldin
    • No its not, we can see what is going to happen before it happens. Clearly you don't know what is safe and what is not. You belong at a desk job. Careful with that stapler.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Operating a crane you have to know how to set it up! You need crane pads, and someone that knows rigging!

    Brian YoungBrian Young10 oy oldin
    • Its on solid bed rock there.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • I bet those chains aren’t weight rate.

    Brian YoungBrian Young10 oy oldin
    • Speak English.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • 5000 years from now... after the robots have destroyed us and then used up all their battery juice... there will be the pyramids and the Camarata Castle. And when the aliens finally come, they will marvel.

    Stephen HazelStephen Hazel10 oy oldin
  • When Andrew finishes the roof, is he going to change the sketching on the T-shirts?

    stoag77stoag7710 oy oldin
    • I guess I might have to.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • So how much were they?

    Dev EverythingDev Everything10 oy oldin
  • Camarata's Container Castle......

    Jim DJim D10 oy oldin
  • no building inspectors in that part of NY i guess. In Massachusetts they would probably lock you up.

    Mark MccueMark Mccue10 oy oldin
    • Mark Mccue lock them up. Go fail their buildings.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata I didn't say they should, I said they probably would. Massachusetts is a commie nanny state. That's all.

      Mark MccueMark Mccue10 oy oldin
    • For what? This builder is stronger than any other building. I got a permit and engineered plans. They should be locked up for building those death traps houses out of fire wood.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Andrew is very smart and strategic in his work If I could only learn a small bit from him on the job that would be awesome. I can see him getting into bigger things like building stuff and his own garage/building is his portfolio

    Michael LebertMichael Lebert10 oy oldin
  • Hey Andy winter off.we all do

    Rusty ApplingRusty Appling10 oy oldin
  • When I first moved to the mountains, I had pulled a trailer thousands of miles, but not in snow. Good call on waiting out the snowstorm

    Steve HallSteve Hall10 oy oldin
  • It seems that the building it starting to become a larger castle.

    Godzilla Destroys CitiesGodzilla Destroys Cities10 oy oldin
  • Pre stress is for tensile strength not compressive

    totalpkg69totalpkg6910 oy oldin
  • Nice fort

    totalpkg69totalpkg6910 oy oldin
  • Levi is so obviously in charge on this job. He isn't even pretending not to be. It's amazing how he carries the whole design and placement of sections in his head. At one point he reminds you that the fourth section still needs to be lifted into place.

    jonka1jonka110 oy oldin
  • 🙋🏼‍♂️ every time the trucker used the tag line Levi thought he was going on a walk !🌞

    Tab RanchTab Ranch10 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, have you considered pouring concrete/asphalt down for your driveway to avoid the getting stuck issue, or filling in with gravel? If it's properly drained it shouldn't get muddy and the rock helps with this.

    getstukgetstuk10 oy oldin
  • You should buy snow tracks for your truck.

    Sascha FunkSascha Funk10 oy oldin
  • Wait, I'm new to this channel, but is he literally building himself a friggin castle from shipping containers/ steel/ aaaaaaaaaand concrete? ONLY IN AMERICA IS THAT A POSSIBILITY😂😂😂😂😁👍

    Unlucky KnightUnlucky Knight10 oy oldin
  • Your dog is a good boi

    Michael MooreMichael Moore10 oy oldin
  • Wee

    aquacastle1024aquacastle102410 oy oldin
  • Andrew Getting it done. Thumbs up to the consistent hard work and guts to accomplish anything. Couple things that might help with the crane work as that is what I do primarily. Bring the rigging closer together, Id say on a pick like the spancrete id set it 6 feet apart. Reason being, it transfers the load to a vertical pick from a horizontal, meaning your rigging doesn't want to slip in, meaning it's way safer. Second thing as you are a huge maintenance guy set your boom length and lower your boom angle to get further from you. It's really hard on your wear plates to extend your boom under load. On a side note you inspired me to buy an old dump truck and backhoe and go for it. So cheers and keep up the great content

    Tim PeightalTim Peightal10 oy oldin
    • Thanks for the tips. On the span Crete though, it has zero strength the other direction. Having the slings close together might break it. I've been trying not to extend the boom under load, but sometimes that motion is very useful.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Everybody: Hope the structural engineer is ok with all of that. Andrew: Whats a structural engineer...

    stephen lanestephen lane10 oy oldin
    • Love this guy but gd he is putting a lot of weight up there! That said, I am not an SE

      getstukgetstuk10 oy oldin
  • I feel like I'm gonna be watching that show about the most unique and expensive houses and this one is gonna be on there. Looks awesome.

    Michael TimmsMichael Timms10 oy oldin
  • I'm glad Levi was there to advise you on rigging those panels to be lifted. Tricky job, but his expertise never fails.

    Bryan MontgomeryBryan Montgomery10 oy oldin
  • Wow. I can't believe these machines are that bad in a little bit of snow. I would think just the opposite. Go figure... Keep up the good work, can't wait for more...

    Philip RushPhilip Rush10 oy oldin
    • Many things do like ice. Tires with chains have the best tracton on ice.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • You should build a underground passageway, every castle should have one. Right? I would go acrossed the top driveway and down the hill acrossed the bottom driveway and down the hill to flat ground, then move the water resivour to that area, so you have a cool place to walk to. I don't know the entire layout of your property though, I think it would make some fun videos though.

    Sir UndrinksSir Undrinks10 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew and Merry Christmas to you and your family.. and a big merry Christmas to Levi ! I hope he gets lots of treats.. what year is your I.H. mason dump ? And are you thinking about selling it ?... I'm looking for a project and collect old 4x4 I.H.'s

    Del Casale ExcavatingDel Casale Excavating10 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata that's weird.. I thought it was 4x4. My bad. Thanks for letting me know... take care of yourself and be safe

      Del Casale ExcavatingDel Casale Excavating10 oy oldin
    • Del Casale Excavating thanks. It’s a 72. It’s not 4x4 though. That truck runs good, I wasn’t really planning on selling it though, I use it sometimes around the yard

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Andrew I truly am amazed!! how come you didn't pick these up from the supplier with your trailer?? Smile mate ,, Merry Christmas to you and yours

    Cliff CollinsCliff Collins10 oy oldin
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