Concrete Coring Contractor

Advanced Concrete CoringTechnology

Precise, circular cuts are frequently needed to create openings in walls and slabs for plumbing, electrical and fiber-optic cables, and HVAC equipment.

Concrete Coring Experts

Circular cuts in walls and slabs, made through a process called concrete coring, are used in construction for many reasons. Precise, circular cuts are frequently needed to create openings in walls and slabs for plumbing, electrical and fiber-optic cables, and HVAC equipment. Creating these openings for pipes and wires requires clean, dust-free surfaces, so as to avoid debris creating damage during future use. Special attention must also be paid to limit vibration. Coring is often performed in buildings where sensitive equipment has already been installed.

Coring can also be used to investigate and analyze the condition of existing concrete. Taking a core from an area in question can allow for compressive strength testing to be performed. Coring is also often necessary to retrieve rock samples when performing a subsurface investigation. A thorough investigation into the rock properties below a proposed structure is almost always a requirement to perform foundation analysis.

Concrete Coring Applications

  • Utility Construction
  • Concrete Sampling
  • Utility Construction
  • Rock Sampling
  • Pipe Openings
  • Utility Conduits
  • Water Treatment Plant Rehab
  • Concrete Remediation
  • Cable Routing
  • Anchor & Dowel Installation
  • Core Sampling
  • Bridge Construction
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