GCC Ready Mix wants to be your supplier of choice for all your concrete needs.If you need 1 cubic yard for your home or 50,000 cubic yards for a new interstate highway, call GCC Ready Mix. Across the country we maintain five concrete and aggregate laboratories testing more than 1.5 million yards of concrete and aggregates from every supplier in our markets to ensure that we provide the best concrete possible for our customers.
Slab Pour Calculator
To use the Slab Pour Calculator: Enter the length, width, and depth of your pour. Click on the Calculate button. The calculator will estimate the number of cubic yards of concrete that will be required.
Footing Pour Calculator
To use the Footing Pour Calculator: Enter the length, width, and depth of your pour. Click on the Calculate button. The calculator will estimate the number of cubic yards of concrete that will be required.
Circular Volume Calculator
To use the Circular Volume Calculator: Enter the length, width, and depth of your pour. Click on the Calculate button. The calculator will estimate the number of cubic yards of concrete that will be required.
How to Pour Concrete
Here are tips and instructions on working with concrete. Take the time to read these directions thoroughly; following them can save you time and effort. It can also help you end up with a neater, more satisfactory installation - with far less waste.
In this document you will find information about:
|Tools and materials|
|Concrete Mix||Groover||2x4s and Other Material for Forms|
|Garden Hose||Long 2x4s for Screed||Edger|
|Level||Mason's Line||Rubber Boots|
|Darby or Float||Brush or Broom||Line Level|
|Hatchet||Concrete Hoe||Reinforcing Mesh|
|Tiling Spade||Plastic or Galvanized Pail||Trowel|
Tips and instructions to follow:
Estimating the Materials Needed
Building the Forms for Pouring Concrete
Different Ways to Finish Concrete
Letting the Concrete Cure
This Policy represents GCC of America's commitment to all of our employees, customers, and independent contractors. It is intended to be a reference to job safety and health at all company operations under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Labor. This policy provides a framework which will help prevent accidents that could result in personal injury and property damage. It is the policy of this company to work continually toward improving our Safety Policy, as well as our safety procedures.
GCC of America is committed to providing the best possible working conditions for all of its employees. At GCC of America, safety and occupational health will be given primary importance in planning and operating all company activities in order to protect employees against occupational injuries and illnesses.
Accordingly, it is GCC of America's policy to place safety and health as a value above all other business and operational concerns. Injury and illness result in lost workdays, human pain and suffering, loss of earnings, equipment damage and poor product quality which directly and indirectly affects productivity and profitability.
Safe Work Place
The NRMCA Ready Mixed Truck Driver of the Year Award acknowledges the significant contribution of ready mixed concrete truck drivers to the growth and success of individual companies and the ready mixed concrete industry. A salute to these key members of the concrete production and delivery team, the award recognizes the driver's career achievement, safety, professionalism, competence and customer service skills in a manner that will enhance the industry and public image of the career ready mixed truck driver.
Larry Lowe, GCC Mid-Continent Concrete Driver Takes Top Honors at the 2011 NRMCA National Mixer Driver Championship
Larry Dale Lowe, Jr. of Sallisaw, Okla., won the 2011 National Mixer Driver Championship in San Diego, topping a field of 25 competitors representing 18 NRMCA producer members from as many states. A 12-year GCC Mid-Continent Concrete veteran, he qualified for the September 25–26 event by taking this year's Arkansas Ready Mixed Concrete Association Truck Rodeo. The competition was developed to recognize those individuals with exceptional ability that deliver the world's most versatile building product. Larry works for the Fort Smith, Arkansas district of GCC Mid-Continent Concrete.
After thanking the association, other competitors, and company supporters, he turned and pointed to where his wife was seated in the crowd and said none of this would have been possible without his wife, Delores, and the support she had given him. He exhibits GCC's core values each and every day. Larry, affectionately known as "Big Larry", is a lifelong resident of the Sallisaw area and when he isn't driving he enjoys fishing and welding. Larry cuts his own wood and plans to buy a log splitter with electric push-button start with his cash prize!
Larry won the Arkansas rodeo last March and from then until he left for California he studied every day for the national competition. Larry credits his wife Delores for being able to do this. "She helped every evening with my chores and then would quiz me every night". Larry also wishes to thank Clayton Jennings for all his help with learning the mechanics of the actual challenges and being a top notch "tour guide"! This was Larry and Delores' first airplane trip too. While Larry was impressed with the incredible seafood and scenery, he tells us he has been most impressed with everyone's support and the company's involvement. He credits all the support for helping him win. Larry says he is just doing what he does every day, "representing the company the best he knows how". He says, "Everyone I met at the competition was very friendly and all the drivers were cheering each other on". Larry also said that this has been a very emotional journey but one he has thoroughly enjoyed. "It was a bit overwhelming for a guy from such a small town to go and win the national truck rodeo". Larry is looking forward to defending his title next year and again at the international competition in 2014. Larry says he was very fortunate to win, I say we are very fortunate to have a driver of Larry's caliber.
NRMCA Names Timothy Lindsay 2012 Driver of Year Arkansas Driver Honored for 33 Years of Outstanding Performance
Silver Spring, MD - January 12, 2012 - The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) has named Timothy J. Lindsay of GCC Mid-Continent Concrete, the NRMCA Mixer Truck Driver of the Year for 2012. A panel of judges from the ready mixed concrete industry selected Mr. Lindsay as the top driver from a large group of outstanding applicants from all across the United States.
Mr. Lindsay, whose home plant is located in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, was honored for his career achievements, safety record, professionalism, driving competency and customer service skills. He has worked for GCC Mid-Continent Concrete for more than 26 years. "When I think of Tim Lindsay, the word I think of is integrity", writes Production Manager, Keith Soper, "…he has been a loyal employee for 33 years and his safety record is amazing!."
Along with the winner, a runner-up was also selected by the judges. He is, 35 year veteran mixer driver, Raymond Spradley, of Titan America, LLC, from Port Norfolk, VA. Operations Manager Jay Trefry writes, "Raymond has been working here for 35 years and continues to display an outstanding professional attitude while giving our customers superior service".
As the winner of the 2012 award, Mr. Lindsay will receive a $5,000 check from the Truck Mixer Manufacturers Bureau. As runner-up, Mr. Spradley will receive $500. The 2012 Driver of the Year winner and runner-up will be honored at NRMCA's Annual Convention, Tuesday, March 6, 2012, in Savannah, Georgia. The Chicago-based trade magazine Concrete Products is a cosponsor of the Driver of the Year program.