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.
A professional sawing and drilling contractor was brought in to help transform a building owned by Houston’s largest daily newspaper.
When arguably one of the biggest brand names on the planet needed to carry out extensive renovations to one of its bottling distributing centers, there was no room for imitators.
The University of South Dakota’s Athletics Department recently made renovations to its flagship building, the DakotaDome, as part of a wider $66-million new construction project.
A specialty concrete sawing and drilling contractor recently completed an extensive amount of cutting work to help remove 1,200 tons of concrete as part of a two-year, $1.9-billion USD widening and tunneling scheme on a motorway that carries 100,000 cars each day.