Bluegrass is the controlled demolition contractor for controlled demolition services during an outage project. Long before we set foot on an outage site, our demolition professionals engage in extensive pre-project planning and engineer precise, best-practice solutions that ensure efficiency from project implementation through project completion.
Planning and Implementation
Our pre-project planning takes into account the strengths of our diamond wire sawing and robotic hammering equipment and the specific needs of a project. Our controlled demolition contractors plan ahead to ensure that we arrive on site with a best practice solution in hand, the right personnel and proper equipment ready for rapid implementation. Thorough planning ensures our professionals deliver efficient and on-time results that will minimize outage downtime.
Bluegrass maintains a fleet of diamond wire sawing and robotic hammering equipment that have proven to be effective controlled demolition tools for outage projects. They are highly adaptable and our in-house research and development capabilities allow us to adapt and configure our metal and concrete cutting and breaking equipment to meet the exact specifications of any outage project. Utilizing robotic hammering and diamond wire sawing, Bluegrass can work in sensitive areas that require variable work speeds, silent performance, vibration-free work, smooth finished surfaces and dust free waste. In addition, our equipment features a small footprint and can be set up to operate in inaccessible or hostile areas.
Bluegrass is a leading controlled demolition contractor, and guarantee that our professionals will work with you to meet the specifications of your outage project. For more information, please contact us today.
As an innovative controlled demolition company, Bluegrass has successfully performed many demolition services. Here are just a handful of examples of some of our more recent modifications and removals:
Steel Mills - caster foundations, cooling beds, drive lines, gear boxes, mill stands, pickle lines, re-heat furnaces, rocker piers, and shake tables.
Pulp and Paper Mills - couch pits, dry end foundations, head boxes, paper machine rebuilds, press sections, rewinders, tiles chests, u-drains, and wet end foundations.
Cement - baghouses, motor foundations, ID fan foundations, and kiln piers.
Lock and Dams - fish bypasses, floating mooring recesses, lift gate, miter gates, seals, spillways, and stop log slots.
Power Plants - beams, cooling beds, ID fans, turbine pedestals, and scrubbers.
Oil Refineries and Pipelines - compressor foundations, feed pump, motor foundations, pipe stands, sulfur pits, and turnarounds.