Concrete Slab Sawing
Where wall sawing is performed on vertical, standing walls, concrete slab sawing is typically performed on horizontal surfaces. Many of the same principles that govern wall sawing, however, also apply to slab sawing. Slab sawing may be required to cut an opening for a new staircase, or to remove a section of damaged concrete. Slab sawing is also effective for creating expansion joints in pavement or bridge deck joints. Whatever the reason to cut through the concrete slab, Aggregate Technologies can engineer and complete the job to any specification.
Slab Sawing Applications
ATI has performed concrete slab sawing for a wide range of applications and structure types. Slab sawing has been completed for university buildings, making way for a new staircase, bridge decks, docks and marine applications, roof top slab removal, airport runways, and power plants. Each of these types of structures presents a different set of challenges, but ATI always comes through for its clients to create a solution that meets all the needs of the project in a timely, safe, and cost-effective manner. Slab saws can be used indoors and outdoors.
ATI has the capability to perform concrete slab sawing to any level of precision, and can handle slabs approaching 36” thick. The slab sawing contractors employed by Aggregate Technologies respond quickly, and can be the answer to remove damaged or unstable slabs. For any slab sawing job that must be completed quickly, without compromising on quality, ATI can meet your standards. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to performing concrete slab sawing jobs, but Aggregate Technologies is not a one-size-fits-all construction company. With a wealth of experiences, a fast-working team, and a desire to meet the highest standards, ATI is the perfect choice for any slab sawing job.
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