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.
A deteriorated 564-space, five-story parking garage in the busy center of downtown Columbus, Ohio, has been given a new lease on life with help from a professional concrete cutting contractor.
A hospital in Houston, Texas, required its existing fire suppression system water tank removed. The steel tank was 9 feet tall and 25 feet in diameter with a layer of concrete ranging from 1 to 1.5 inches thick covering the inside surface. The tank was positioned on a 12-foot-tall concrete platform in the basement of the hospital building.
A general contractor in New York was recently tasked with the in-depth inspection of the Brooklyn—Queens Expressway’s (BQE) triple cantilever bridge as part of a $1.7-billion reconstruction project.
Using a custom-fabricated concrete sawing machine, a Houston-based CSDA contractor was able to safely and quickly cut 4,500 14-inch-square concrete piles as part of a wider $807 million construction project at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.