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.
When arguably one of the biggest brand names on the planet needed to carry out extensive renovations to one of its bottling distributing centers, there was no room for imitators.
A specialty concrete sawing and drilling contractor recently completed an extensive amount of cutting work to help remove 1,200 tons of concrete as part of a two-year, $1.9-billion USD widening and tunneling scheme on a motorway that carries 100,000 cars each day.
The use of GPR technology provided a Chicago-based CSDA member with critical data to flat saw over 2,000 linear feet of concrete safely and accurately in one of the city’s most iconic buildings.
A specialist contractor drilled over 1,400 holes and played an integral role in the £3.4-million (approximately $5.4 million) restoration of a 100-year-old pier on the northeast coast of England.
A unique and challenging job was performed by a specialty contractor that involved 834 square feet of concrete wire sawing and the removal of cut sections weighing approximately 26,000 pounds.