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I'm building at Starlight Drive-in and there's no concrete to scrap there, as there is from the house at Sanctuary. Is there a vendor that sells concrete or another place where I can just pick it up?

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The most reliable, renewable (yet least cost effective, cap-wise) source of concrete are concrete shipments, which can be purchased from a few locations:

  • Connie Abernathy (Abernathy Farm)
  • Supervisor Greene (Greygarden)
  • Daniel Finch (Finch Farm)

If you bring the shipment to the workbench at the desired settlement, it'll deposit the material into that settlement's inventory.

Bags of Cement can also be found throughout the Commonwealth, and are often found in bulk at more industrial locations, such as factories and shipyards. A list of some good places to grab some can be found in this Fallout Wikia article.

Past that, you can scrap destroyed houses or individual/walls of cinderblocks at various settlements. Hangman's Alley and Greygarden stand out to me as places that had a large number of salvageable cinderblock stacks. With the concrete scrapped, you can either manually move it by taking it from a settlement workshop and depositing it into Starlight Drive-In workbench or by Setting up Supply Lines to share the resource from another settlement.

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  • Supply lines is new for me, thats very interesting, thanks for your response! – Vinicius Terrabuio Dec 21 '15 at 17:31
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    @ViniciusTerrabuio Yeah, supply lines are invaluable if you want to build up more than one settlement and have any semblance of resource management. It unfortunately requires a point in the Local Leader perk, which means you need 6 points in Charisma. – king14nyr Dec 21 '15 at 17:34

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