Services

Core Drilling

We are capable of core drilling up to 66″ in diameter at any depth and direction for all applications including manholes, structures, buildings, rocks, footings, slabs, and walls, etc. Core drilling is most typically used for contractors that are laying pipe for sewer or plumbing work, and electrical or HVAC purposes. We have hydraulic and electric methods for this scope of work and provide hand held drilling where setting anchors are not possible. We also provide and install Kor-n-seal water tight boots for any size pipe for our sanitary sewer customers.

C/D 48” Dia hole x 10” thick brick manhole

C/D 36” Dia hole x 18” thick WWTP

C/D 66” Dia hole x 10” thick WWTP

C/D 28” Dia x 18” thick WWTP

C/D 240 ea  1.25” x 13” deep concrete

C/D 66” Dia hole x 12” thick WWTP

Above: Pedestal for statue in Buckhead needed to have approx. 4” shaved off in order for granite to fit on top of concrete.

On bottom pedestal 16’x 10’ – Metro line drilled 192 ea 4” dia holes x 16” thick and chipped between holes to smooth out.

Top pedestal was 12’ x 8’ – Metro handsaw this area.

Above: Core drilling, 1 each 4” diameter hole, 30’ deep into concrete pylon caster

Slab Sawing

Diesel Slab Sawing: 24″ cutting depth / Electric 15″ cutting depth (asphalt or concrete). Flat / Slab sawing is primarily used for cutting roads, warehouse slabs, truck courts, driveways, parking lots, etc.

Electric Slab Sawing: This application is used in clean air environments, such as: hospitals, grocery stores, office buildings, malls, strip centers, or any interior place that can not allow exhaust fumes. Clean up is a major concern when doing interior work. We have 15 and 35 gallon vacuums. Most interior jobs do not offer a place on site to dump slurry, such as: Lockheed, malls, Hartsfield, hospitals, office buildings, almost all working finished locations. In these cases, we bring 55 gallon plastic drums with lids, load our slurry in these containers and haul them off site.

Electric Slab Sawing, cut and remove 8,000’ sqft concrete slab

Hand Sawing / Chain Saw / Dragon Saw

Hand Sawing: Up to 10″ cutting depth, Hydraulic. This versatile tool can cut flush against walls and slabs and be used for any application, such as: enlarging window or door openings, , modifying structures, (cutting notches in outlet control structures, lowering the top of manholes or boxes.), getting in tight areas to finish work that our slab saw could not reach, etc.

Chain Saw: Up to 24″ cutting depth, Hydraulic. This method is used for openings or cuts that require no overcutting, such as: window or door openings, etc. This can also be useful where access to other equipment is not possible.

Dragon Saw: The Dragon saw tool is usually accompanied with the chainsaw, this tool allows for a 16” cutting depth and is ideal for cutting small openings in brick or block, etc.

Wall Sawing

Track Wall Sawing

Up to 24″ cutting depth, Hydraulic (asphalt or concrete). This method is used in precise applications where the cutting must be straight & level, such as doors, windows, openings in walls or just straight edge applications, and also has flush cut capabilities, etc. This tool is also used when cutting is only possible from one side, ex: footings, etc.

Electric Wall Sawing

Up to 24” cutting depth, EWS has the same capabilities as our hydraulic wall saw units.  This is our tool of choice for any interior cutting.  EWS is safer because of remote controls that allow you to operate equipment without being right up on it.  It is lighter, quieter, and more user friendly to operate, etc.

Up to 24” cutting depth, EWS has the same capabilities as our hydraulic wall saw units.  This is our tool of choice for any interior cutting.  EWS is safer because of remote controls that allow you to operate equipment without being right up on it.  It is lighter, quieter, and more user friendly to operate, etc.

Electric wall sawing x 12” thick

Hyd wall saw cutting 24” off top of footer

Grinding

This specialty tool is useful when customers have some uneven areas in their slab, or wants to level off some high spots in their floor, such as: high spots in warehouse where fork lifts load and unload material, and for safety reasons need floor area smooth. Grinding can also be used for cosmetic looks on concrete floors by peeling away the surface and exposing the aggregate.

Concrete Removal

Concrete removal is necessary for a lot of the work we perform. We can have 20 yd. cans delivered to site or bring our u-dump trailer, depending on the size of job. Our u-dump is useful for most of our small cut and remove jobs. Being able to remove and haul off the concrete or asphalt we cut makes us very versatile to our customer base.