CONCRETE CUTTING & DEMOLITION
Concrete cutting and core drilling services are needed in almost every commercial or industrial construction project. Our top of the line equipment and trained saw operators can handle the most demanding concrete removal projects.
We can perform concrete cutting demolition work on your project in any of the following states and beyond: Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and even internationally.
More About Our Concrete Cutting Services
Specialty concrete cutting goes hand in hand with our structural demolition services. Precise cutting to facilitate demolition or provide termination points is necessary in almost every concrete demolition project.
Our top-of-the-line concrete cutting equipment can make clean and precise cuts in any situation. Flat sawing for expedited concrete slab removal, wire sawing columns and beams, or track sawing large wall openings are made easy and precise by ELG. Reinforced concrete, CMU block and brick are no match for our cutting teams.
Concrete cutting is the process of creating openings in concrete surfaces using a variety of tools. There are a number of different methods for concrete cutting, including sawing, drilling, and coring.
Sawing is the most common method for concrete cutting. Concrete saws come in a variety of sizes, depending on the job at hand. They can be handheld or mounted to a stand. Handheld saws are good for small jobs, while larger saws can be used for larger projects.
Drilling is another common method for concrete cutting. Drills can be used to create holes in concrete for various purposes, such as installing anchors or pipes. Specialized drills called core drills can be used to extract cores.
Choosing the right tool for the job is essential for getting the best results. The right tool will help ensure accuracy and precision while cutting through concrete.
Core drilling is a popular method of concrete demolition, as it allows workers to remove large chunks of concrete without damaging the surrounding area. In addition to concrete demolition, core drilling can also be used for creating holes in concrete for various purposes such as wiring and plumbing. When it comes to concrete cutting, there are many different options depending on the needs of the project.
If you need to cut concrete, whether for demolition or construction, you’ll need the right tools. A demolition robot can make quick work of concrete cutting, and core drilling is a precise way to create holes in concrete. But whatever method you choose, be sure to follow safety precautions and use the proper equipment.
At E Luke Greene, we utilize demolition robots for some specialty projects. Robotic demolition machines, such as Brokk, are a safer and more efficient method of demolishing concrete structures than using manual labor. Robotic demolition machines are able to enter tight or unsafe spaces that would be inaccessible to human workers, making them ideal for cutting and breaking through concrete walls or floors. In addition, robotic demolition is less likely to cause collateral damage to nearby surfaces or objects.