Just because a concrete breaking or segmentation project is offshore, doesn't mean it is inaccessible to robotic hammering. Bluegrass is a specialist in offshore decommissioning and oil rig decommissioning, and no matter how complex or unique the situation, our engineers have the experience to devise solutions that put our Brokke robotic hammers in position to deliver precise and efficient results. From above water turnstile piers to offshore oil rigs, our engineers and equipment operator's extensive use and knowledge of applying our robotic hammers have demonstrated time and again why Bluegrass is a leader in this industry. Please take a moment to learn more about our offshore decommissioning and concrete cutting and breaking projects and services.
Our Brokke robotic hammers are highly mobile and configurable - we can rapidly mobilize and easily configure them to meet your specific project needs. In the hands of our highly experienced engineers and operators, have proven to be adaptable in a wide variety of applications in hostile offshore environments. They feature light weight and a small footprint which allow them to be worked into tight areas or ganged with other hammers for increased productivity. Their light weight and small footprint allows them to be easily craned into place and has made them an ideal tool for above water breaking projects such as bridge decommissioning.
Contact Bluegrass with your offshore concrete cutting and breaking project and we will find a way to apply our robotic hammering equipment to meet the exact specifications of your project.
Monroe, Louisiana Bluegrass technicians used four robotic hammers around the clock to demolish a six feet by twenty-six feet diameter area that consisted of concrete, granite blocks, and brick from the railroad bridge turnstile pier, for installation of new support system. Read more about the project at ENR.com.
Ontario, New York The steam generator removal required large penetrations in the containment structure be surgically achieved while saving 18 bar diameters of the multiple layer 2 1/2" diameter reinforcing rods. Bluegrass, using four robotic hammers around-the-clock, excavated the openings through the three feet thick concrete with three layers of number eighteen rebar on twelve inch centers, while maintaining the integrity of the containment liner plate.
Norfolk, Nebraska Used eight robotic hammers to break six hundred cubic yards of concrete foundations in four days for roll mill upgrade.