Using Robotics for Commercial and Industrial Concrete Demolition

Our Brokk robotic demolition equipment is amongst the most highly regarded in the world. These robotic machines are hydraulically powered and have attachments to break concrete and crush concrete efficiently. We can demolish bank vaults, bridges and anywhere that larger pieces of equipment are not accessible.

These machines are powered by external generators and can be utilized indoors if necessary. Combining cutting-edge remote control technology with magnificent power for swift, efficient work. Our equipment allows us to work in tight spaces using electric power, eliminating exhaust fumes. Because the Brokk’s do not have operator cabs and are completely remote controlled, they are an ideal choice for upholding our safety standards. It provides a more cost-effective, safe solution to a broad range of complex demolition projects. It is also cost-effective to have a great dumpster contact that will save you money on disposal which we are proud to have multiple great roll off dumpster contractors available. Call us to find out more about the wide range of tasks we can accomplish for you with our Brokk robotic demolition equipment.

Engineered Solutions for Any Situation and the Most Complex Projects on the East Coast

Throughout most of the East coast of the United States, Concrete Technology Services Mid-Atlantic is an industry leader in the concrete demolition industry. With this comes decades of experience that has led our team to take on some of the most complex projects in our region. CTS excels in the following concrete cutting services:

Our service area covers multiple states. We are headquartered in Glenn Dale, Maryland. This office provides concrete cutting and coring in Maryland, Washington, DC and Northern Virginia. Our branch office in Raleigh, North Carolina provides concrete cutting, coring and structural demolition throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Northern Florida and Southern Virginia.

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