• 01 Flat Sawing
  • 02 Wall Sawing
  • 03 Core Drilling
  • 04 Floor Grinding
  • 05 Demolition
  • 06 Backfill / Compaction
  • 07 Bollard Installation
  • 08 Concrete Pours
  • 09 Ground Penetrating Radar


Flat Sawing

Using our walk behind gas powered or electric slab saws we are able to efficiently saw cut trenches for removal, joint cuts & relief cuts for demotion.

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Wall Sawing

Wall sawing is the most effective cutting solution for vertical or sloped surfaces. Our track-mounted machine allows for precise placement of the saw cut. Most commonly used for man doors, garage roll-up doors, windows and HVAC.

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Core Drilling

Core drilling has many applications across a range of fields, including plumbing, electrical, drainage, manholes, HVAC, and structural testing. We can drill from 1/4" all the way up to 48".

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Floor Grinding

By using an abrasive diamond concrete grinder, we can restore slabs, revealing a smooth and clean surface.

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We have a dedicated team for demolition to expedite the process and keep your project on schedule.

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Backfill / Compaction

Backfilling is the process of filling in the excavated area around a foundation or structure. The backfill material can be anything from soil to gravel and is usually compacted to provide support and stability.

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Bollard Installation

We can supply & install bollards in varying sizes.

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Concrete Form & Pour

Our concrete finishers have years of experience so that you can count on our final product to look great.

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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

This cutting-edge technology utilizes electromagnetic waves to penetrate the concrete surface and gather valuable data about the subsurface layers, such as rebar, voids, cracks, and other potential defects.

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