Setting up a concrete batch plant is a big project no matter how large or complex the concrete plant may be. On the surface, it sounds like any other construction project, something most anyone considering installing a concrete plant is probably familiar with, but rest assured soon after really diving into any concrete plant setup project you will find they are similar to most other construction projects in their delays and overrun budgets.
Obviously the type of concrete plant y are setting up and even the manufacturer are all considerations and variable in your project, but with few exceptions your site will require excavation, improvement, foundation and preparation before the steel and equipment associated with yr. concrete plant even arrive. Click at http://concreteiron.com/ to get more information about Concrete Iron.
Along with all the traditional site preparation steps like permits, surveys, erosion and flow control and other environmental considerations can come hidden unknowns such as piling requirements to support the massive equipment loading and weights or even costly utility upgrades.
Once your site is properly planned, permitted, and prepared to receive the concrete plant and other equipment, it is necessary to carefully pre-plan the arrival, offload and staging of your new concrete plant.
This is a very important step commonly overlooked that can run into thousands of extra dollars spent if not properly planned. Some heavy equipment will require a crane for offloading from the trucks as well as for the equipment setup.