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Forestry road construction costs?

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I am after a ballpark figure per metre to construct a forestry access track.

Not high spec but all weather.

I am teying to put forward an idea of cost to my employer.

 

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50 minutes ago, htb said:

@aspenarb?

location?

Dorset..

 

Its for skidder tractor and forwarder.

We are going into Higher Tier also...

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9 hours ago, Sirius said:

Dorset..

 

Its for skidder tractor and forwarder.

We are going into Higher Tier also...

 

Worth checking with the client first, we have a done a few where they wont accept crushed concrete as fill, gets expensive using clean stone.  Some of them want the tracks taken up and the ground reinstated when extraction is complete, some insist on root protection. Best to get a spec.

 

Bob

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13 hours ago, aspenarb said:

 

Worth checking with the client first, we have a done a few where they wont accept crushed concrete as fill, gets expensive using clean stone.  Some of them want the tracks taken up and the ground reinstated when extraction is complete, some insist on root protection. Best to get a spec.

 

Bob

Hi bob,

 

Its not in higher tier yet. And i want to explore doing the work prior. Especially for one wood.

We have a quarry site for stone.

Would love to get someone to quote.

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