Category Archives: Concrete Cutting

Houston Precast Removal – Core Drilling – Concrete Sawing

Aggregate Technologies award-winning precast removal expertise was displayed at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts recently with the removal of 70 tilt-wall panels, ranging from 3.5 to 8 tons in weight. With the limited work space, all sections had to be picked and hauled away from the job site. Another difficulty was the embed plates that held the panels were […]

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Concrete Precast Removal

Texas Precast Panel Removal

At a Tyler, Texas hospital, ATI operators were tasked with removing several concrete precast panels for expansion. Typically this type of job would be routine – but in this case it was anything but. The difficulty arose in that several of the precast panels had the working hospital cafeteria and a surgery area behind them! Because of this there was […]

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Concrete Wall Sawing Houston

Houston Wall Sawing Parking Garage

In Houston, Texas, Aggregate Technologies operators used concrete wall sawing to remove a portion of a wall for a new parking garage. A section of concrete needed to be modified to match the job plans, and the ATI team quickly assembled the crew and equipment to remove 12″ of a 200′ concrete wall so that the finished section of the […]

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Safe and Rapid Airport Concrete Cutting

At Houston International Airport ATI crews saw cut and removed about 20 concrete panels 25’x25’ and 17” to 22” thick on the Terminal C project. These panels were removed due to cracking or the concrete otherwise failing and needing replacement. ATI operators cut each panel into 5’ x 5’ blocks with a 1’ relief cut and pulled each panel out […]

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Hospital Water Tank Removal

A hospital in Houston required its existing fire suppression system water tank removed. The steel tank was 9’ tall by 25’ in diameter, with a layer of concrete encased on the inside of the tank, on a 12’ high concrete platform, in the basement of the hospital. A project of this type outdoors or in an industrial plant would typically […]

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