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Bedford is located in Western Massachusetts, in Middlesex Country, and it belongs to the outskirts of Boston. There is only 15 miles between them. Boston is easily accessible by car, public transportation, or shuttle service that connects to Boston Airport which makes Bedford a beloved place to live.
The area of Bedford is around 14 square miles and it includes around 65 miles of public roads. The town has picturesque surroundings thanks to the conservation lands nearby. The town maintains hiking trails and biking routes for who would like to recreate.
The population of Bedford started to increase gradually from 1870, in 1960 there was a huge boom, but after 1970 this growth stopped. In fact a slight decrease took place. On the 2010 census, there were 12,595 residents in Bedford, 4,621 households and 3,419 families. The population density became 916.7 people per square mile. The median income of this area was $87, 962 per household and $39,212 per capita. About 2.5% of the population was below poverty line in the year of the census.
Just as most towns in New England, the legislative branch of town is the Town Meeting that every citizen can attend but only registered voters can vote. The executive branch is represented by the Board of Selectmen who also appoint the Town Manager. This system is operative since 1729. The town services nowadays include an own education system, with more than four schools, a public library, public services, code enforcement, planning and so on. The activities and strategies can be found in the Bedford Annual reports.
There is altogether 2,487 students in town. Bedford operates its own public schooling system witch 4 different schools: Lt. Eleazer Davis Elementary School, Lt. Job Lane Elementary School, John Glenn Middle School, and Bedford High School. There is the so-called Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity program that is a school desegregation program to increase diversity, expand educational opportunities, and reduce racial isolation, by allowing students for Boston to attend schools in other communities. Bedford is also a part of the Shawsheen Valley Technical High School district, nearby Billerica.
The history of Bedford dates back to 1640, when the first settlers, mainly Europeans wandered onto its territory. In 1660 Arabella, a big boat landed on the shores of New England. John Winthrop, Thomas Dudley were aboard. They became the first Governor and the first Deputy Governor of this area. Later on, in 1729 the town was incorporated initially, with fifty households altogether.
Bedford continuously seeks to house new successful businesses. The town provides all the necessary assets, plus they support the new businesses with help and useful information. The key business district of the area is 5.76 million square feet, now operating with a new mixed-use industrial zoning system. This community is ‘Platinum’ rated, and acquired the ‘Bioready’ attribute with 30 life sciences companies. The scenes are employee friendly and shuttle service is provided.
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Expansion joints should be cut in curbing at the location of joints in the pavement, thus presenting a uniform appearance. Concrete curbs should be cured for at least ten days by being kept wet, in order that the concrete may attain its full strength, and thus withstand the repeated severe shocks to which it will be constantly subjected. We provide concrete cutting and core drilling services in Bedford MA. This type of post is usually made from precast concrete and later set in place and securely anchored by pouring concrete around it. Concrete forms should be built of white pine, leaving one side open to place the steel reinforcing rods and concrete. The steel reinforcing rods are set in place as the pouring of the concrete progresses. The concrete should be mixed in proportions of 1:2:3, being 1 part of portland cement, 2 parts of sand, and 3 parts of crushed stone or gravel graded in size from 1/4 inch to 1 inch. After the concrete forms are removed from the wall the concrete should be rubbed to remove all traces of concrete form marks. The post should not be set up for at least two weeks. The sanitary requirements of the modern home are very ably cared for by a precast concrete septic tank. Many cities and towns are still without sewerage facilities, and the precast concrete septic tank has been approved as the most sanitary and satisfactory method of sewage disposal. In farming districts the precast concrete septic tank is universally accepted, it having proved itself efficient in its work, easily and quickly constructed, and low in first cost and maintenance. A precast concrete septic tank is a concrete watertight compartment through which a slow current of sewage passes. We cut and remove concrete using large concrete cutting saws that utilize large concrete cutting diamond blades. While passing through it is worked on by bacteria and most of the solids are turned into liquids and gas. The accompanying web pages and pictures are self-explanatory. They indicate core drilling and coring a hole for determining the location of the intake and outlet, and the placing of the baffle boards in slots, cut into the concrete walls. Exterior concrete forms are not necessary in soils that are firm. The walls should be at least six inches thick, of 1:2:4 concrete, being 1 part of portland cement, 2 parts of sand, and 4 parts of gravel or crushed stone, graded in size from 1/4 inch to 13/ inches. "Plums" or large stones should not be used, as they are apt to cause, leakage in the concrete walls. The concrete cover is divided into three sections; one concrete form can be made to serve by using it three times. Each concrete cover slab should be reinforced with galvanized expanded metal lath placed 4 inches from the bottom of the concrete. Steel reinforcing rods is not necessary in the walls. The concrete floor should be poured first. This gives an excellent footing for setting the concrete wall forms. The concrete forms should not be removed until the concrete is completely cured and ready to be cut with a concrete saw and a diamond blade.
Bedford Massachusetts Concrete Cutting and Core Drilling