Something which a lot of people don’t consider when trying to plan a building for a domestic house is how they’re going to get all of the materials there. Cement is a very tricky material to work with in this regard, as if the length of time between setting off and arriving at the destination is too long, then the end result will be dried out cement, and a very difficult job getting it out.
For construction sites in the middle of town, hopefully this issue will never arise, but when you’re in a very secluded area of the country, chances are other solutions will have to be found. It could mean that the cement truck needs to stop at multiple points and spin the cement so that it doesn’t dry out, or it could require an on-site cement mixing plant.
Whichever way you find to help make cement mixing and delivery achievable, it should always be considered during the planning process so that you can reduce the risk of wasted materials, as well as reduce the risk of ruining a good truck.