Services


Core Drilling

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.

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Flat (Slab) Sawing

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.

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Wall (Track) Sawing

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.

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Wire Sawing

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.

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Structural (Robotic) Demolition

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.

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Repairs and Joint & Crack Sealing

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.

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Structural Imaging (X-Ray & GPR)

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.

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