Concrete Pumping Rates

PRICES ARE CURRENT AS OF NOV 2019 AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR ALTER PENDING JOB REQUIREMENTS. PLEASE CONTACT CARLY FOR TAILORED QUOTE & BOOKING T&C'S.

Additional Information

Weekend Surcharge

We are happy to organise weekend concrete pours.  Saturday or Sunday jobs will be charged out for 

4 hour minimum.

Penalty Rates

Will be incurred on Monday - Fridays when pumping commences before 6am or when pumping continues after 4pm or 12pm on Saturdays.  This penalty rate which is additional to the normal rates of hire is $50 per hour or part thereof before or after these periods.

Cancellation Fee

A late cancellation fee of $250 will apply when reasonable notice of +24 hours is not given regarding the cancellation of the concrete pump.


An onsite cancellation fee (equal to the applicable minimum charge hire rates + travel) will apply when the concrete line pump is either onsite or in transit to the job site when the pour is cancelled or the wrong type of concrete pump is ordered for the job.

Additional Pipe

An additional rate will apply when any part of the pumping distance exceeds sixty lineal metres.


  Maximum calculated pumping distance must be advised when ordering the concrete line pump.  The following rates will apply for the duration of the pump.

Maximum Pumping Distance

The above rates include a pumping distance of 60 lineal metres.  Additional pumping charges are:

60-80 metres

Additional $20 per hour

Additional $1.00 per m3 


80 metres plus

Price on application

Customers Responsibility

It is the customers responsibility to provide and advise the following:

  • Type of job site -  residential, industrial, semi commercial or full commercial.
  • Clear site access
  • Specify clearances from power lines and/or have power disconnected and/or lines covered
  • Specify concrete ordered
  • Towing from site to hard standing ground if it is required at customers cost
  • Traffic Management & Permits if required for access to the site or road closures etc
  • Suitable washout area to comply with Council & EPA guidelines