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Island Replacement

Islands to make your station stand out

 

Island Replacement

Islands to make your station stand out

 

The Breakout

Out with the old. Make way for the new.

 

Breakout

After removing the existing dispensers, it is time to remove the old islands. B&K Equipment breaks out and removes the old concrete. After a while, the rubble is gone and the hole that remains gets cleaned up and prepped for new concrete.

Cleanout

It takes time, but soon the debris is gone and the hole that remains gets cleaned up and prepped for new concrete.

Prepped

With the space cleaned out and a temporary form in place, we are ready to pour the new concrete. Each island is given the same attention to detail as this one.

Breakout

After removing the existing dispensers, it is time to remove the old islands. B&K Equipment breaks out and removes the old concrete. After a while, the rubble is gone and the hole that remains gets cleaned up and prepped for new concrete.

Cleanout

It takes time, but soon the debris is gone and the hole that remains gets cleaned up and prepped for new concrete.

Prepped

With the space cleaned out and a temporary form in place, we are ready to pour the new concrete. Each island is given the same attention to detail as this one.

The Concrete Pour

Pouring the new island

 

Island Pour

Starting with the island, fibermesh reinforced concrete is poured into the temporary forms.

Trowel

The troweling process begins. First working for general smoothness and a level surface, but eventually getting to great even texture.

Team Effort

With multiple islands being poured in rapid succession, the whole team gets together to smooth the islands to perfection before the concrete sets.

Form Removal

When the concrete has set, the temporary forms are removed. They will still be soft enough to smooth out the rough points.

Brushed Look

The final touch is from the finishing broom that provides the traction required to prevent slipping in icy or wet conditions.

Island Cure

The islands set to cure overnight. By tomorrow, they will be ready for concrete to be poured around the base.

Island Pour

Starting with the island, fibermesh reinforced concrete is poured into the temporary forms.

Trowel

The troweling process begins. First working for general smoothness and a level surface, but eventually getting to great even texture.

Team Effort

With multiple islands being poured in rapid succession, the whole team gets together to smooth the islands to perfection before the concrete sets.

Form Removal

When the concrete has set, the temporary forms are removed. They will still be soft enough to smooth out the rough points.

Brushed Look

The final touch is from the finishing broom that provides the traction required to prevent slipping in icy or wet conditions.

Island Cure

The islands set to cure overnight. By tomorrow, they will be ready for concrete to be poured around the base.

The Flatwork

Pouring the drive

 

Flatwork pour

More concrete is poured around the island after it has a night to cure. This concrete is gradually sloped away from the island to prevent water build up around dispensers.

Troweling & Jointing

The troweling process begins again. After creating the smooth surface, joints are added to prevent cracking of the new concrete.

Cure

The flatwork concrete cures overnight to be ready the following day for dispensers to be set.

Flatwork pour

More concrete is poured around the island after it has a night to cure. This concrete is gradually sloped away from the island to prevent water build up around dispensers.

Troweling & Jointing

The troweling process begins again. After creating the smooth surface, joints are added to prevent cracking of the new concrete.

Cure

The flatwork concrete cures overnight to be ready the following day for dispensers to be set.

The Dispenser Install

Get the station pumping again

 

Installing Dispensers

The original or new dispensers are set on the island and anchored. The product lines are piped in. The electical conduits are run and wires connected. The dispenser is powered on and tested.

Online and Ready to Fuel

 

Installing Dispensers

The original or new dispensers are set on the island and anchored. The product lines are piped in. The electical conduits are run and wires connected. The dispenser is powered on and tested.

Online and Ready to Fuel

 

A Job Well Done

B&K takes pride in all of its work, right down to the final brush stroke.

 

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