Category Archives: Concrete Cutting

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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Texas Business Radio Interview – Ronnie Wills

Ronnie Wills is interviewed by Texas Business Radio hosts Matt Register and George Walden. He discusses the history of Aggregate Technologies, company culture, ATI’s charity donation program and more. Full transcript below the video. Aggregate Technologies – Ronnie Wills – Texas Business Radio Ronnie Wills talks about the company culture at Aggregate Technologies. Matt Register:                   Welcome to Texas Business Radio. […]

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Concrete Wharf Demolition

With the Panama Canal expansion nearly complete, Wharf 2 at the Barbour’s Cut terminal of the Port of Houston is being upgraded and expanded to support larger cranes and ships. ATI was tasked in this project to remove huge, 16″ thick concrete wharf deck slabs and 2′ thick wharf walls. But the deck and wall were over water, and the […]

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Concrete Cutting WWTP

At the wastewater treatment plant for Houston International Airport, ATI operators removed a massive concrete section from a slug tank. The section to be removed was 18’ tall and 12” thick, with two additional slabs that were 12” and 30” thick. This wall section was from the older tank that was sawed and removed last year. This remaining wall section […]

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