Curb Sawing

Openings in straight back or rolled curbs can now be sawn for a fraction of the cost of curb and gutter replacement.

Slab Sawing

Dust free sawing up to 40″ deep is available using gas or up to 15″ deep using electric equipment.

Wall Sawing

Walls can be sawn flush with adjacent surfaces such as floors or adjoining walls. Cuts up to 32″ deep can be made from one side, or a maximum of 64″ from both sides.

Core Drilling

Core drilling from 3/4″ to 60″ diameter, any depth. Larger diameter holes are available using our wire saws.

Bridge Parapet/Barrier Wall Removal

Sawing bridge parapet walls for removal offers several advantages over breaking:

Bridge Deck Sawing
Brokk Demolition Robot

This remote-controlled, electric, demolition robot is specifically designed to optimize the breaking power of it’s powerful 440 lb. hydraulic hammer.

This machine performs high production demolition with the operator safely standing up-to 300’ away.

Weighing in at just under 4,000 lbs. this machine folds up to fit through a 42” wide opening.

Maximum overhead reach is 13’+ and digging depth with a bucket is over 6’.

CCB provides the necessary 480v 3-phase power to operate this machine via truck-mounted generator.

GPR Scanning

When job site conditions require a reliable, non-destructive means to locate targets within concrete structures prior to drilling, cutting or coring, Ground Penetrating Radar Scanning is the tool of choice.

Field-proven accuracy for locating rebar, post-tension cables and conduits makes GPR scanning invaluable in these situations.

GPR works by sending a tiny pulse of energy into a material and recording the strength and the time required for the return of any reflected signal. A series of pulses over a single area make up what is called a scan.

Different materials reflect signals at different speeds and rates, when viewed by Concrete Cutting & Breaking Cos. trained operators most metallic object or voids are identifiable.

Fieldwork typically requires one operator. Imaging results are generated on-site for immediate mark out

of targets in the selected area. The inspection can be performed on one side of the slab, which permits

slab-on-grade scanning. Some common applications of GPR include, but are not limited to:

• Locating reinforcing bars

• Locating post-tension cables

• Locating metallic and non-metallic conduits

• Detecting voids beneath slab-on-grade

• Slab thickness and cover depth to targets

Diamond Grinding & Texturizing
Egress Window Wall Sawing

Straight, accurate openings are sawn from the outside. CCB never needs to enter the basement. Dust-free, wet sawing minimizes clean up inside basement. Concrete slab can easily be walked out and dropped in hole. Resulting opening is ready for framing and window installation the same day.