ATI’s expertise and professionalism was called on again at Houston’s International Airport. IAH is adding an automated parking system which will improve safety and turnaround time for flights. Core drilling and concrete sawing were needed to mount the display and run electrical and communications conduit. Three factors made this project different than others. First, all work had to be done […]
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Aggregate Technologies Inc., working in conjunction with the general contractor, developed a plan to demolish 1,333 feet of the existing Port of Houston at Barbour’s Cut Wharf. With the opening of the new, expanded Panama Canal, larger Panamax freighters will be calling on the Port of Houston. To handle the increased volume of shipping containers, port authorities have embarked on […]
The Lake Charles Louisiana airport (LCH) – built in 1961 and located midway between Houston, Texas, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana – serves nearly 200,000 area residents. It is a regional hub for Continental and American Airlines, and some offshore oil and gas operations are based there. Over two hundred aircraft, from single engine planes to jet airliners, are based at […]
A recent project for Aggregate Technologies involved sawing and removing of thousands of square feet of runway concrete at the Houston Intercontinental Airport (IAH). Security is paramount at such sensitive job locations. All workers must be fingerprinted and pass background checks. Existing runway lighting needed to be replaced, so an initial 1,500-foot x 66-inch trench (kerf) was sawed at a […]
Multiple electric saws were deployed along with generators for power. Due to heavy traffic at the location during the day, all work was carried out during nighttime hours.