CSDA Contractor Slices Through 2,000 Tons of Concrete at Texas Port
Jun01

CSDA Contractor Slices Through 2,000 Tons of Concrete at Texas Port

Diamond Wire Sawing Tackles Wind, Waves and Weather The Port of Corpus Christi is the nation’s number one exporter of crude oil and port officials plan to further that dominance by utilizing an additional 250 acres of land on nearby Harbor Island. This new project will allow larger oil tankers to dock by increasing the depth of the shipping channel. Harbor Island is located along the northeast perimeter of Corpus Christi Bay and...

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Clean Cuts Needed to Repair 97 Miles of Aqueduct
Jun01

Clean Cuts Needed to Repair 97 Miles of Aqueduct

84 Concrete Cutting and Demo Crew Members Join Forces to Repair California Aqueduct The Colorado River Aqueduct (CRA) is one of the largest aqueducts in the United States and supplies drinking water to millions of residents in Southern California. Constructed over six years from 1933 to 1939, it was the largest public works project in Southern California during the Great Depression. The aqueduct carries water west from the Colorado...

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Crumbling Bridge Safely Removed with the Help of Diamond Saws
Jun01

Crumbling Bridge Safely Removed with the Help of Diamond Saws

Bridge Spanned 13 Active Railroad Tracks in Wyoming Residential Neighborhood As infrastructure all over the United States continues to age and deteriorate, literally crumbling away, general contractors are increasingly seeing the value and advantages of using diamond tools to help restore or safely demolish these structures without damaging surrounding structures and keeping those around the area safe. The Clark Street Bridge in...

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Customized Fleet of Robots Takes Down Shopping Mall
Mar01

Customized Fleet of Robots Takes Down Shopping Mall

CSDA Contractor’s Arsenal of Robots Provides the Best Solution Technology in construction has introduced methods of modifying and demolishing concrete structures with such precision and to such strict tolerances that operations in other parts of the same building are able to continue, even hundreds or thousands of feet up in the air. One of the most exciting and promising technologies has been the introduction of remote control and...

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Concrete Sawing Only Choice to Upgrade DFW
Mar01

Concrete Sawing Only Choice to Upgrade DFW

The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the ninth-busiest airport in the U.S., with nearly 1,000 flights arriving and departing daily serving over 69 million travelers each year. Aircraft take off and land from seven runways, all of which are the original runways from the airport’s construction in 1973. Airport officials determined that Runway 17C-35C was in need of replacement, and a CSDA contractor was chosen to provide...

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Diamond Sawing Tunnel Damaged by superstorm sandy
Mar01

Diamond Sawing Tunnel Damaged by superstorm sandy

INNOVATIVE CUSTOM-BUILT TRUCK GETS THE JOB DONE On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy slammed the Atlantic coast of United States, roaring onshore at Atlantic City, New Jersey with sustained winds over 80 mph. At the time, it was the costliest hurricane to hit the United States (until Hurricanes Harvey and Maria in 2017) and caused over $70 billion in damage. The storm’s heavy rains and a high tide amplified by a full moon flooded the...

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