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Who buries these boxes? Is it up to code? I can't see how that box is designed for foot traffic.
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¿Quién coño entierra una caja como la que aquí!Here we go.... :whistling2::laughing:
I use those boxes all the time but locate them inside of flower beds or next to the curb....
I figured it looked like the top would be flush with grade. So these boxes are listed for foot traffic? That would be good to know when compared to the cost of quazite.Doesn't look buried to me. :whistling2:
But I would be concerned if there's gonna be vehicles driving on it.
Some people will call it a blueprint... I guess you have never worked with those before..Is that in Long Island?
B4T probably has a map for it. :laughing:
You mean prints that have an engineers stamp of approval on them? :whistling2:Some people will call it a blueprint... I guess you have never worked with those before..
And you grounded them?I was forced to deal with about 20 of them in a grocery store remodel. Somehow the original installer got away with setting them in the concrete floor with the PVC cover flush with the floor.
The store manager was getting tired of replacing the covers after a shopping cart cracked it or one of the pallet jacks fell thru it.:laughing:
I had 1/4" thick stainless steel diamond plate covers made for the boxes and set them all in place. That's almost four years ago now and not one broken one yet.
:laughing:¿Quién coño entierra una caja como la que aquí!
¿Puedo hacer esto?:laughing::laughing:¿Quién coño entierra una caja como la que aquí!
Its a mcdonalds. They are removing the playland there.:laughing:
Just out of curiosity, is it a restaurant? Possibly feed through run for a speaker/ menu board and continues out to parking lot lighting? Just a suggestion.
Some are listed for burial but they have no foot traffic rating.Who buries these boxes? Is it up to code? I can't see how that box is designed for foot traffic.
And you grounded them?