Saws

Case Studies December 06, 2017
Operating a flat saw takes skill, knowledge and endurance. It also takes having the right flat saw and the right diamond blade paired for the job. When these factors—skilled operator, flat saw and diamond blade—come together, a project even with its own unique set of circumstances can go smoothly...
Single-blade spec applied to concrete surface saves costs on WSDOT floating bridge project
Case Studies May 18, 2017
The Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, also known as the 520 Bridge or its official name of the Governor Albert D. Rosellini Bridge, spans Lake Washington from Seattle to Bellevue and was replaced in 2016. The new bridge is certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest and widest...
Husqvarna FS 7000 is used to cut the old lanes
Case Studies December 07, 2016
If you have ever visited Chicago, chances are you have driven on I-90. It is a major thoroughfare through town and of course that means any road/bridge repairs, let alone restorations, require advanced planning, teamwork and the right equipment to keep everything on schedule. Currently a large...
Article July 06, 2012
Slab rehab on its own is an intense operation for equipment and users, but performing with a tropical storm, working at night and with limited hours complicates matters. Workers have to be able to handle equipment in an efficient manner to ensure they can work a full shift and keep the equipment...
Article February 18, 2002
There are nine conventions running concurrently with ConExpo-Con/ Agg 2002, but there’s no sign the industry will be wearing out its welcome in Las Vegas. Each show throws color into the mix to keep the scene interesting. The Associated General Contractors of America (March 18-22); American Road...
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