Slicing Seven Miles of Concrete in the Middle of Oncoming Traffic – The Dallas North Tollway connects motorists between downtown Dallas and cities in Collin, Denton and northern Dallas counties. It is a 32-mile, six-lane, limited access expressway passing through and along . . .
A Historic Renovation 100 Years in the Making – The 1909 masonry two-story Pitt Carriage Factory Building is located in the East Des Moines Industrial Historic District and has a unique and admirable history. The location donned the first woman-owned carriage works factory in the U.S. in 1910, ten years before women even had the right to vote . . .
Drilling & Sawing Company Tackles Massive Tower in Decatur – Decatur Morgan Hospital was scheduled to have the top three floors of its south tower removed in late 2016 to eliminate excess space and lower utility and maintenance costs. It was determined that the project, which would last over a year, would benefit greatly with the selection of concrete cutting services because they offered a less invasive . . .
During the spring of 2017 in southern Quebec, Canada there was unprecedented rainfall and widespread flooding. Rivers in the Montreal area burst their banks and submerged entire communities. In one area, a pedestrian pier was completely submerged under three feet of water for two weeks . . .
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.
The construction of Ottawa’s state-of-the-art light rail transit system (OLRT), named the Confederation Line, is the Canadian city’s largest transportation infrastructure project in history with a price tag of $1.6 billion USD.