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Topic # 181007 29-Sep-2015 10:00
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Hi There!

So for one of our clients UFB, for the first time, the customer has been asked to provide lead in ducting. 

Is there a contractor in Auckland who can cut the concrete, put in appropriate ducting to the Chorus Specification ? (Which the customer claimed was not advised on the specs for)

If we go straight across the carpark via the shortest route, it's about 5m. If we had to go the long way, it's probably 12m.

Anyone have any idea how long it takes to cut the concrete, lay the ducting appropriately and close it up again? Would a day cover it?

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  Reply # 1396404 29-Sep-2015 10:17
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Get a contractor who can grundermat or direction drill underneath the concrete and install a 20 or 32mm duct .. And all they will need to do is cut a little hole at each side of the road side and building side - and wouldnt take lobg maybe half a day if that



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  Reply # 1396579 29-Sep-2015 13:15
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Cbfd: Get a contractor who can grundermat or direction drill underneath the concrete and install a 20 or 32mm duct .. And all they will need to do is cut a little hole at each side of the road side and building side - and wouldnt take lobg maybe half a day if that


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  Reply # 1396592 29-Sep-2015 13:32
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We had this done at my Dad's house and they cracked/bulged the driveway.


Cbfd: Get a contractor who can grundermat or direction drill underneath the concrete and install a 20 or 32mm duct .. And all they will need to do is cut a little hole at each side of the road side and building side - and wouldnt take lobg maybe half a day if that




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  Reply # 1396594 29-Sep-2015 13:33
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MikeAqua: We had this done at my Dad's house and they cracked/bulged the driveway.


Cbfd: Get a contractor who can grundermat or direction drill underneath the concrete and install a 20 or 32mm duct .. And all they will need to do is cut a little hole at each side of the road side and building side - and wouldnt take lobg maybe half a day if that


Who paid to fix it?

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