This was a concrete sawing and drilling job of seismic proportions—20 million pounds cut and removed above and below water, 5,000 holes cored to depths up to 39.4 feet, 7,500 square feet of surface scarified—completed in phases over a three-year period.
A specialty concrete sawing and drilling contractor was recently called to Port Manatee on the southeastern edge of Tampa Bay, Florida, to cut and remove a 600-foot-long, 44-foot-wide section of a 3-foot-thick concrete wharf and seawall.
When a general contractor needed to remove 15,000 square feet of 16-inch-thick concrete weighing more than 3,000,000 pounds in one month, they contacted a professional sawing and drilling contractor.
Key infrastructural work at one of Scotland’s busiest railway stations was completed on budget and ahead of schedule, thanks to West Lothian-based Core Cut Ltd. The contractor was chosen by Story Contracting, which had been awarded a rail track slab replacement contract as part of a £742-million ($915-million) improvement program.
A major remodeling of a 10-story office building in Dallas, Texas included over 32,500 linear feet of 5-inch-thick suspended slab sawing to create atrium and parking ramp openings, some measuring 125 feet long by 25 feet wide.
A CSDA member performed over 1,100 feet of slab saw milling, including sections of radial cuts, to help refurbish and reinforce a concrete floor.