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WHO WE ARE
WE ARE A LEADING EXPERT IN NSW IN THE CONCRETE SAWING AND DRILLING INDUSTRY. ESTABLISHED IN 2005 WE HAVE ACHIEVED SIGNIFICANT GROWTH AND FORMED MANY KEY PARTNERSHIPS WITH AUSTRALIANS LEADING TIER 1 ORGANISATION
Concrete core drilling (also known as concrete coring) is the mechanical process of drilling a precise circular hole in concrete structures such as walls and floors. It involves the use of a core bit attached to the end of a core drill to perform the cutting. Diamond tipped segments placed at the end of a core bit perform the cutting as the core bit spins or rotates whilst making contact with the surface to be cut.
Core drilling is suitable for drilling holes through concrete, masonry, asphalt, stone, or other solid surfaces. Core holes are able to be drilled horizontally, vertically inverted, or angled.
HAND HELD SAWING
Hand held sawing refers to portable saws that are fitted with diamond tipped blades or chains such as hand saws, rings saws and chain saw. These saws are convenient for smaller jobs, where manoeuvrability and space is limited and the depth of cut required is moderate.
Hand Saw Cutting is very versatile and can be used in almost any situation where cuts are required. Hand held saws have a maximum cutting depth of 265mm. Power options include petrol, hydraulic, electric and high-frequency electric.
Road sawing, also known as floor sawing or slab sawing, is a concrete cutting technique used to cut horizontal flat surfaces such as concrete floors, roadways, runways, bridge decks, along with any other flat surface where a road saw can access and manoeuvre. The machine consists of a diamond blade mounted to the side of the machine which is propelled whilst an operator walks behind the machine directing the blade during forward motion. Various passes at differing depth are preformed until the desired depth is achieved. Ever increasing blade sizes are used to achieve the increasing cut depth.
Diamond wire sawing represents a cutting procedure utilising metal cable or wire with synthetic diamonds embedded within beads that are attached at regular intervals along the wire to facilitate the cutting. These beads are approximately 11mm wide, slightly wider than the actual wire. It is the beads, more specifically the diamonds embedded within the beads that performs the cutting.
Wall sawing, also known as track sawing utilises a blade consisting of a circular steel core with segments containing synthetic diamonds laser welded to the outer edge of the steel core. This diamond blade is attached to a motor head which is mounted on tracks. The tracks are secured using mounting feet against the surface to be cut, be it the wall, floor, or ceiling. The motor runs along the wall saw track as the blade spins back and forth at ever increasing depths until the desired depth is achieved. Multiple tracks can be connected in line to achieve the required cut length.
Before starting a construction project, it’s important to ascertain what is contained within the concrete structure to ensure critical items embedded within the concrete remain undisturbed.
GPR Scanning also known as Ground Penetrating Radar, or slab scanning refers to the use of equipment that sends electromagnetic waves into the surface being scanned in order to identify variations within the materials which are then deciphered to determine what they represent.
Demolition robots such as the BROKK or the Husqvarna DXR are remote controlled machines that manoeuvre on rubber tracks, powered by 3 phase electricity and utilise hydraulics to drive the arms and legs. They come in varying sizes to support a greater range of applications, with the smaller more manoeuvrable perfect for restricted access areas whilst the larger will rival the larges excavators for performance and speed.
BURSTING & SPLITTING
Concrete Bursting and Splitting breaks concrete and other similar materials by applying lateral forces against the concrete. Rather than shattering the material into pieces as impact tools would, the lateral forces build up to crack the material into smaller sections.
Concrete bursting, also known also known as hydraulic bursting is a method of breaking solid rock or concrete structures by applying lateral forces within the object to split it into pieces as these lateral forces build up and create breaks. Prior to bursting, a series of holes needs to be core drilled into the area needing to be removed. Hole sizes usually range from 115mm or 200mm in diameter. The burster head is then placed into the holes one after the other, placed under pressure forcing the burster head pistons to expand within the hole, cracking the concrete along the path of least resistance emanating from the core hole where the bursting head was inserted This is repeated until all the area targeted for removal has been separated and broken into smaller pieces.
Our Recent Projects
We are able to assist regardless of the restrictions, size, nature or location of your job
During our 15-year history we have completed many projects both large and small, across various sectors of the market including infrastructure, commercial, residential, and government. Some of the more significant projects we have completed have been detailed below. While the type of work has varied greatly, significant focus has been on road and rail infrastructure projects; refurbishment of commercial offices, Sewerage Treatment Plants; utilities maintenance projects, as well as universities, TAFE's and residential apartments. View recent projects to stay but would simply like it to be red with no background.
Why our clients choose us
Our long standing and consistent quality of service continues to evolve and improve due to the ever-changing demands and expectations of our clients along with our close working relationship with tier 1 constructions companies. With over 100 years of industry experience amongst our management team alone you can be confident in our ability to complete your concrete sawing and drilling works regardless of your concrete cutting needs.
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We take our work very seriously. Our focus on quality, the environment and work health and safety has led us to achieve ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 accreditation. We have also successfully achieved NSW Government WHSMS certification as well as CSDA Level 1 Certification. We are the only sawing and drilling organisation in Australia to achieve this.
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With safety representing a key focus area, we have fine-tuned our extensive in-house training and assessment program which includes documents to track and verify the performance of trainees from junior operators to senior operators, with competency cards issued for verified skills. The program is administered and controlled by two in-house Certificate IV qualified training assessors, one whom is also amongst only a handful of trainers to be accredited by the Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association of Australia (CSDAA) as a certified training assessor.
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Some of our work
- Core Drilling
- Hand Sawing
- Road Sawing
- Wire Sawing
- Wall Sawing
- GPR Scanning
- Brokk Demolition
- BURSTING & SPLITTING
- Concrete Floor Grinding & Milling
- Environmental Controls
CSDA Level 1
CSDA Level 1 Certified (Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association of America)
CSDAA ACCREDITED CONTRACTOR
Online Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association of Australia (CSDAA) accredited contractor (1st in Australia).
Only Sawing & Drilling organisation to achieve NSW Governments Work Health & Safety Management compliance.
ISO 9001:2015 Certified Quality Management System
(Official status initially achieved 2014)
ISO 14001:2015 Certified Environmental Management System
(Official status initially achieved 2016)
ISO 45001:2018 Certified Safety Management System
(Official status initially achieved 2016, updated 2019)
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting / Management)
SME business management and ownership since 1996
CSDAA accredited (Certificate IV) Trainer/Assessor
Over 30 years industry experience
KEY ACCOUNT MANAGER
BDM tier 1 construction industry for over 10 years
Diploma (Business / Event Management)
TECHNICAL SALES MANAGER
Extensive technical sales & project management experience
Over 40 years of industry experience
Extensive technical onsite project management
Over 20 years industry experience