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.
Concrete polishing contractor restores the sloped 6,600 sq ft floor of a 92-year-old school auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa.
Demolition of a former high school campus in Salt Lake City, Utah was completed this past summer as part of a $2.5-million contract.
A custom-engineered saw system completed over 600 linear feet of challenging horizontal cuts on the City of Chicago’s high-profile Riverwalk project. The contractor was tasked with cutting and removing a stretch of damaged curb just 5 inches tall completely flush with the rest of the deck surface.
On the banks of the Willamette River at a bustling port in Portland, Oregon, a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) analyst and a core drilling operator inspected a series of reinforced octagonal concrete piles and drilled cores for crucial structural integrity tests on an aging pier.