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    McGough Construction Co
    The owner of Mc Gough construction came to our house the night before the work was to be done, and told us that because our driveway was only a few months old, that we would have to sign a waiver protecting them in case their crane caused any cracks. he assured me that anywhere that the crane tires would touch my driveway, that they would place sheets of 3/4 inch plywood to distribute the weight of the crane. he also told me that the cranes out riggers would be in my yard, and not on the concrete. He said that they would drive the crane down the center of my driveway to keep the tires away from the edge, and reduce any cracking. He said that they would place no fewer than eight sheets of plywood under the out riggers. The owner of Mc Gough assured us that all precautions would be used to protect our driveway. in the morning, the trailer arrived with the plywood, and as they were backing up my driveway, the tongue of the trailer was scraping the approach of the driveway, and the guy that was guiding the trailer yells "don't worry about it, it's the old concrete, just floor it" and the driver just rammed the trailer up my driveway leaving deep scrape marks in the approach. There was no grass in my front yard at the time because we were installing sod in a few days, so the out riggers were suppose to go there. When the crane got there, they tried several times to back it up my driveway, and had to use plywood to make the approach less steep. when the crane finally did get up my driveway, it was way off to the side, and they were not putting down ANY plywood under the cranes tires. I and the tree guy yelled at them to stop, but they just rolled right up the side of my driveway. One of the cranes tires was off in the dirt, and the other crushed my new driveway all the way up the side like an old cracker. I went to the tree guy that hired them and told him what just happened. He went to talk to the crane operator and was told to mind his own business, that they knew what they were doing. when they put the cranes out riggers out, instead of landing in the grass, they ended up on my sidewalk to the house, and instead of using eight sheets of plywood as they said they would the most that they used was six sheets, and one of the out riggers only had four sheets. when they put the weight on the out riggers my sidewalk was crushed and folded up in the air. I told the owner of Mc Gough that we need to talk about my driveway and side walk when they were done. instead he got in his truck and left before the were done. I called the other owner that next day, and told him what had happened, and he said that he would go out and take a look at my driveway. He called me later that day and claimed that they had not caused that damage, and said that the crane was not off to the side that far. I told him that I have home surveillance cameras, and I could show him how that crane was driven up my driveway. he said that I was a liar, and that they would not even consider helping to pay for any of the repairs.
    The driveway and sidewalk are still not fixed.
    - Michael D.
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    - Michael & Carolyn M.
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    - Greg B.
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    Great job. Great people. Project on budget and on time.
    - Kurt S.
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