The View from J Blue
Dirt...We love dirt! As kids, we run our fingers through it, write our names in it, and play baseball on it. As adults, we plant our roots in it, make our roads with it, and build our houses on it. We have always loved DIRT! In the past 5 years years alone, we have hauled over 600,000 yards of dirt to repair levees, build roads, and help lay the foundation for numerous construction projects.
We work all over Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas and have completed projects of all different types and sizes. We can provide your company with as many trucks as needed. So next time you're needing some dirt moved, just contact us and see what JBlue can do for you.
Dirt. One thing about it, you either have too much or not enough. If you ever find yourself with too much or not enough, there's no reason to worry. J Blue Trucking can handle whatever you need done. Whether you're needing 80,000 yards of fill dirt brought in or perhaps you just need a couple of loads to help shape up your backyard, we can take care of it for you. We work all over Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas and have completed projects of all different types and sizes. We can provide your company with as many trucks as needed. So next time you're needing some dirt moved around, just contact us and see what JBlue can do for you.
Give us a call anytime for a free quote on any of your upcoming projects. We look forward to working with you and your company.
Road Work Ahead
Finally Friday, it's 5 o'clock, time to punch out and head towards the door to the parking lot. You start your truck, turn on the ac, crank up the tunes, and head home. Then it happens, the orange diamond appears in front of you that ominously states: ROAD WORK AHEAD! Then before you know it, there are miles of traffic backed up. People are trying to pass you on the shoulder and horns are honking. As I'm sure you know, it's just a mess. Then finally, the traffic breaks and you get through the construction zone and your back up and headed home.
The next time you enter a construction zone, please remember that the men and women who are there trying to build or repair your highway or bridge have a family and home they would like to return to as well. Highway construction is a very dangerous job that has long hours, extreme temperatures, and hazardous conditions. According to MoDOT, over 1,000 workers and motorist in the United States die every year in work related construction areas. So when you see the wretched work zone signs ahead and start to groan take a minute to slow down, put your phone away, and remember to be on the look out for the guys and gals in green.