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.
As part of a major redevelopment project on a pier in Lower Manhattan, New York, a concrete cutting contractor was given the challenge of coring 2,000 holes, flat sawing 22,000 linear feet and wire sawing 400 pier caps.
A $40-million project is underway to transform the former home of Minor League Baseball’s Columbus Clippers into a state-of-the-art racetrack and automotive research and training center.
Earlier this year, a general contractor was commissioned by the United States Coast Guard to remove an old concrete wharf and several finger piers at the military organization’s boat station in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
After discovering a dry dock was not living up to its name and retaining approximately 12,000 cubic meters (423,776 cubic feet) of water, a dockyard owner began looking for precise, cost-effective ways to correct the situation.