Our focus at Concrete Technology Services Mid-Atlantic, Inc. has always been providing our customers with the most resourceful, innovative, and dependable service in the industry. No matter how large or small your project is, we are prepared to get your job done!
When choosing CTS, you can trust you're working with the best. Here is what you can expect from us:
Peace of mind.
CTS is licensed, bonded, and insured and fully prepared to manage every aspect of our operation so you don't have to.
We understand that time is money. Our team members will always show up promptly and ready to work with the proper equipment and minimal downtime.
We maintain an ample fleet of modern equipment and a workforce consisting of the best operators in the industry. We excel at getting the job done correctly on time, the first time.
Our operators bring years of experience in delivering quality, detailed service while maintaining a clean work space.
Every job is different. We apply systematic procedures when possible and employ innovative thinking, advanced technology, and teamwork to tackle the many unplanned challenges that arise on a project.
CTS has an unwavering commitment to safety and fosters a culture that recognizes that safety practices not only minimize unnecessary risks but boost productivity. We maintain an EMR well below the industry average safety rating and prioritize safety through various methods, such as training, mandatory safety meetings, and regular inspections. All of our operators are expected to be drug-free and compliant with all applicable federal, state, local, and client-specific regulations.
Core drilling is a fast, safe method of producing consistent diameter holes in concrete, stone, asphalt, & masonry without causing impact or vibration damage to the surrounding structure. Common applications include creating openings for plumbing, electrical, and HVAC installations and slab and roadway holes for doweling drilling, rebar tie-ins, and drainage systems.Learn More
Flat sawing, also known as slab sawing, refers to sawing horizontal concrete surfaces such as roofs, floors, highways, and bridge decks. Typical applications include trenching for electrical and plumbing installation; creating openings for staircases, elevators, and ductwork; cutting expansion and control joints; and removing sections of pavement.Learn More
Wall sawing, also known as track sawing, refers to sawing vertical surfaces, such as concrete walls, pits, or areas that cannot be accessed easily by other conventional flat-cutting equipment. It is often used for precision cuts for dimensional door, vent, and window openings.Learn More
Wire sawing is a versatile method used to accomplish vertical, horizontal, or angled cuts of complex structures that are too large or awkward for other cutting methods or in areas with limited access. The wire saw is perfect for cutting any shape or thickness and is often applied to complex situations such as bridge pier modifications, industrial plant upgrades, generator replacements, and lock and dam retrofits.Learn More
Structural demolition is the tearing down of buildings or specific structural elements, including walls, floor or roof systems, highway bridges, and foundations, either manually or by mechanical means. We employ Brokk robotic demolition equipment to carry out demolition remotely, meaning our operators do not have to be near the structure being demolished.Learn More
Concrete pavement repairs can range from partial depth spall repairs to slab replacement. Repair and sealing capabilities can be used for many structures, including highways, airports, parking lots, and bridges.Learn More
Structural imaging provides real-time visions of pipes, conduits, utility lines, voids, rebar, and other hazards within concrete that aren't otherwise visible. Methods include X-ray, ground-penetrating radar, and CCTV.Learn More
Terry has worked in the construction industry for over 30 years. He serves as the President of Concrete Technology Services Mid-Atlantic, Inc. and Concrete Imaging, Inc. and is a Principal for Pavement Contracting Services.
General Manager, Maryland
Over the last 30 years, Ron has gained extensive leadership experience in operations and construction management as he has risen through the ranks in the concrete industry. He joined the CTS team in 2015 as the General Manager of the Maryland office and has successfully directed some of the firm's largest and most complex projects.
General Manager, North Carolina
Before joining CTS, Daniel served as President of Speedy Concrete Cutting, Inc. He has worn many hats within the concrete industry, offering invaluable exposure and expertise for our team. He has served as the General Manager of our North Carolina division since 2016, where he specializes in both service and contract work.
At Concrete Technology Services Mid-Atlantic, Inc., we consider our employees our most important resource. We believe that our success is based on the success of each of our team members, and we are always seeking qualified operators and laborers to join our team.We are an equal opportunity employer and make all decisions concerning employment based strictly on business needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications without regard to race, color, creed, sex, age, physical or mental disability, medical conditions including genetic characteristics, national origin or ancestry, religion, political affiliation or belief, veteran or military status, marital or registered domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws. We are committed to providing an environment that is free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. We are also a drug-free workplace, and prospective applicants may be required to submit to a screen test for drugs.
CTS offers not just a job - but an opportunity to build a lifelong career. We are committed to being the best in the industry. If you are interested in joining our team, please APPLY ONLINE NOW or send your employment application and resume (optional) to email@example.com.