drilling is used when a job calls for the drilling of
circular holes in reinforced concrete, precast concrete,
asphalt, brick, cinderblocks and other structural materials.
Most often the holes are made for electrical, plumbing,
heating, sewer and sprinkler installations. Other applications
include holes to anchor bolts or lifting rods, to place
explosive charges, to install load-carrying devices like
dowel bars, or for analysis of the structure or rock.
Core bits consist of the bit tube which incorporates diamond
segments or full crown. The bits are mounted on a rotating
shaft powered by rig mounted drilling machine, or a hand
- Drilling in pavement, walls, ceilings, roofs or
- Dimensions from 3/4" diameter to 18"
- Drill depths to your specifications
- All depths can be achieved with extensions
- Drilling at any angle
service is used when reasonably level and flat surfaces
have to be cut and includes cutting through reinforced
concrete, precast concrete, and other structural materials.
It is typically done to provide expansion joints, to make
openings for ducts, elevators, stair wells, machine pads,
to cut trenches for conduits and plumbing, and for demolition
purposes. Applications include floors, roofs, bridge decks
and suspended slabs.
- Cutting to 15" depth on floors or suspended
through asphalt is usually done for trenching, to provide
expansion joints, to remove damaged pavement sections
prior to patching or to clean and prepare random cracks
for repair. Asphalt cutting for traffic loop installation.
- Cutting up to 15" deep on any roadway
- Propane or gas powered saws
- Radio dispatched trucks
- Flag men supplied
surfaces and surfaces with slopes so great that flat saws
cannot be used are perfect applications for wall saws.
Most frequently openings are cut for doors, windows, vaults,
silos, chests, foundations, ducts or large diameter pipes
or to remove part or all of existing walls. Work is done
on newly poured concrete as well as structures being remodeled
- Cutting to 42" depth on a wall
Diamond cutting and drilling technology can provide greater
speed, versatility, precision and significant cost savings
compared with conventional impact methods. It can reduce
or eliminate traffic obstruction, allow work in a restricted
area or avoid vibration where necessary.
- Bobcat skid steerer complete with a hydraulic
breaker for breaking up concrete floors/walls
for demolition and removal
- Dump Truck services available to hall concrete
debris from work site.
Removal of concrete pieces with a lift truck.
Consulting services are contracted in some situations
- Remote locations
- Budget pricing
- Special projects, etc...