Category Archives: Concrete Demolition

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Generator Building Demolition

ATI demolished a concrete structure that was housing an emergency backup generator at an office park in The Woodlands, Texas. The generator and electrical lines had been moved and the structure was not needed anymore. The building had concrete walls nearly 20 feet high and 11 inches thick. The foundation slab itself was 18 inches thick, with beams were three […]

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Railroad Pier Demolition

Union Pacific Railroad recently replaced a bridge over the Colorado river in south Texas. ATI was contracted to remove old concrete piers and abutments. (Piers support the bridge over the river, and abutments anchor the bridge to the ground on either end.) The old piers are 36′ wide, 30′ tall, and 10′ feet thick. With active railroad tracks only yards […]

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