Take Two Measures
The first priority should be to use the appropriate tools for measuring. Although you may have top quality compactors, skid steers, the job is not going to go as planned when your measurements aren’t up to par. Get a laser installed to gauge the level, and you’ll be capable of tackling any task.
As many tools as possible. There’s no way to not have enough tools. Sledgehammers, shovels, dead-blow hammers, come-along rakes, brushes, speed squares, string lines, etc. There are 2 feet, 4 feet or six-foot levelers. Also, you’ll need glue guns and perhaps insect repellent.
A skid steer is the most appropriate choice when it comes to heavy loads. It is also possible to bring tracks and plywood in order to help you in maneuvering through challenging terrain. A strong plate compactor is a must-have, but you could be able lease it out until funds are available. If you are able, purchase a compactor with 10,000lbs of centrifugal force. A concrete-cutting saw with a diamond-bladed blade is an additional requirement.
It may take some the time needed to purchase all this equipment, so always remember that you can rent the equipment in the meantime.