Outages require around-the-clock dedication from a crew experienced with various concrete and saw drilling techniques that free up rebuild areas. Bluegrass makes rebuild areas available by pre-drilling and setting up individual core drilling equipment on every critical path hole to compress the coring component during an outage. With over 60 concrete core drilling saws and thousands of bits, our controlled demolition contractors are able to drill numerous holes at once. Penetrations based on angle or size are factored into the overall strategy that allows Bluegrass to meet customer requirements of completing the job with precision and efficiency.
Creating the most effective, time-and money-saving solutions require a combination of controlled demolition tools and techniques. Bluegrass controlled demolition contractors draw on 30 years of company experience throughout a variety of industries. There are few, if any, tough work conditions, complex project demands and contingent circumstances Bluegrass hasn't encountered. Each pressure is successfully met because of Bluegrass' commitment to continual creative problem solving for more efficient concrete cutting services.
For proven time-and money-saving solutions during any outage, contact Bluegrass. During any outage or downtime within plants or facilities, getting the job done right and on time is our number one concern. Here are some examples of various types of core drilling jobs we've employed during complex outage projects that have always been completed on time:
General Core Drilling
Core drilled furnace rocker piers for reinforcement at a steel mill in Berkley, SC
Drilled tank foundation holes in Lake City, FL
Metal Core Drilling
Sole plates- Drilled the track beam for anchoring sole plates at a paper mill in
Ion tubes at Big Rock Point in Charlevoix, MI
Drilled 475 interlocking holes at a hydro facility in Tuscaloosa, AL
Under Cut Anchors- Drilled 1300 maxi bolt holes in Beverly, WA