Improving The Cutting-Edge of Concrete Cutting
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Improving The Cutting-Edge of Concrete Cutting

  • October 28, 2021

Getting Better And Better Frequent innovation is necessary in the Construction and demolition are industries. There is always a demand to provide better environmentally and economically sound solutions for the never-ending development in cities across the United States and the world. Advancements in concrete cutting allow for more effective demolition methods and the reuse, repurposing, or restoration of existing concrete buildings, bridges, and other structures. The Need For Improved Demolition Methods According to the Environmental Protection Agency, construction and demolition waste exceed 600 million tons each year, more than double the waste produced municipally. Concrete makes up a sizable portion of this waste, and inventive new recycling and reusing methods are needed to reduce waste…

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America Demands Better Infrastructure Contractors

  • July 6, 2021

ASCE Grades The United States Infrastructure In June of 2021, The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released the nationwide results of Americas Infrastructure Report Card. The overall grade of each state is judged in 8 categories. These include bridges, drinking water, energy, levees, railways, roads, transit and wastewater. The current United States average grade is a C- up from a D+ in the last report done in 2017. This improvement is a strong indicator that recent infrastructure investments have paid off. However, a C- grade still only translates to a mediocre score declaring our infrastructure is not ready for the strain of future generations. It will take a lot more work from all types…

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Alternative Demolition Methods

  • April 18, 2021

Alternative Demolition Methods When you need to think outside the box to execute your next commercial or infrastructure project on the East coast, hire a contractor that specializes in alternative demolition methods. Ingenuity in improving demolition practices is becoming more important because the demand for safer, and cleaner construction is increasing. It may not be feasible at all in sensitive buildings such as government, schools, pharmaceutical or other highly controlled construction sites. Old-school demolition practices relying on large crews of manual labor and/or loud, heavy, carbon monoxide emitting machinery are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Safety and environmental consciousness are topics top of mind for everyone on modern construction projects. Concrete Technology Services…

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CTS Assists in Planning & Engineering Demolition of the Arlington Memorial Bridge

  • October 19, 2020

CTS was recently featured on the cover of the latest issue of CSDA's Concrete Openings Magazine. The article covers CTS contract work performed on the historic Arlington Memorial Bridge which spans the Potomac river and connects the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.The bridge has been operational since 1932 and had been undergoing temporary repairs to the deteriorating deck and roadway for several years. Despite the National Parks Services repair efforts, structural analysis by the Federal Highway Administration showed that if complete deck and a framing replacement was not performed, the bridge would need to be closed by 2021. With over 68,000 vehicles utilizing the crossing daily, closure of…

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Concrete Cutting in Virginia: Commercial, Industrial & Government Sectors

  • August 27, 2020

Whether it's providing concrete demolition to existing bridges or repairing removing concrete facades, CTS Mid-Atlantic, Inc, headquartered in Glenn Dale, Maryland, service the commercial construction industry with concrete cutting specialties. Virginia is a particularly good example when it comes to concrete cuts, with a number of concrete cutting projects being carried out there. Commercial facilities in Virginia have received a lot of attention from concrete cutting services to improve civil roadways, government buildings, and more. The Methods and Crew: Saw Cutting and More Cutting concrete is the method used to create a cut in concrete, with a diamond blade, in order to remove the concrete from the area. There are different types of concrete cutting…

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What To Know When Hiring A Concrete Cutting/Demolition Company

  • March 19, 2020

The contractor you hire should be specifically skilled in various¬†methods of concrete cutting and demolition. Qualified contractors usually provide a well-rounded group of services that include wall sawing, wire sawing, flat sawing, core drilling and structural demolition with heavy equipment or robotics. Well versed concrete demolition contractors will have a skill set and equipment that allows them to be the qualified choice for commercial, industrial or even sometimes residential concrete demolition.When hiring a concrete cutting/demolition company there are a few factors to weigh before making the final decision, especially in the commercial sector:Determine whether or not the contractor specializes in the scope of your project.Does the project have unique challenges? Review the contractor's qualifications.What scale…

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CSDA 2019 Infrastructure Renovation Project of the Year – Award Winner

  • February 11, 2020

CTS was recently recognized for our work on a historic federal building project in Washington DC and received an infrastructure renovation project of the year award from the Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA). In 2013, a downtown Washington, DC Federal building developed a plan to renovate for $220 million. The goal was to preserve the original architecture while adding on a more efficient security area and conference facility. Concrete Technology Services Mid-Atlantic, Inc was hired to perform the abatement, interior, exterior and structural concrete demolition. The CSDA recognized our company during this years World of Concrete held in February 2020 in Las Vegas for our outstanding performance giving the building a "facelift" as Concrete…

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