Category Archives: Wall Sawing & Removal

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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Four Concrete Cutting Services – One Company

ATI is working on a chemical plant expansion on the Gulf Coast providing the customer an expert “one stop shop” for four concrete cutting services. Pile Cutting – cutting 14″ x 18″ precast piles Pile Crushing – crushing precast and auger piles to expose rebar Wall Sawing – cutting piles that are in deep pits Core Drilling – drilling holes in […]

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Precast Wall Sawing

Precast Panel Removal – 11 Stories High

Aggregate Technologies removed eight precast concrete panels from the lab section of the UTMB (University of Texas Medical Branch) Jennie Sealy Hospital in Galveston. The project calls for louvers to be installed in place of the concrete panels. Because the location was 120′ from the street due to other buildings, and the area was 120′ feet high, a telescopic crane with up […]

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Houston Precast Removal Concrete

Lakewood Church Precast Removal

ATI recently completed the cut, removal, and haul off of three precast panels for a fifth-floor office renovation at Lakewood Church, in Houston, Texas. The panels were approximately 80’ above ground, 9’ x 11’ in size, each weiging 7,500 lbs. Operators utilized a swing stage, mobile crane, and other equipment to complete this work during the night hours.  Due to […]

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