Historias de trabajos

Soil Stabilization Firm Grouting Largest US Sinkhole

May 2009 Soil Stabilization Firm Grouting Largest US Sinkhole

In one of the largest sinkhole grouting projects undertaken in the United States, Earth Tech, a soil stabilization firm located in Land O’ Lakes, Fl is using concrete pumps to provide a firm foundation for a ramp improvement on Interstate-4 (I-4) at Maitland Boulevard in Orlando. More than 35,000 yards of grout will be pumped […]

Massive Pumping Of 30,000 Piles And Production Line On $5 Billion Alabama Steel Plant

February 2009 Massive Pumping Of 30,000 Piles And Production Line On $5 Billion Alabama Steel Plant

Setting company records of more than 73 piles installed in a day with one drill rig, Morris-Shea Bridge Co., Inc (MSB)., Irondale, AL is drilling and pumping more than 30,000 continuous flight auger (CFA) and DeWaal piles on the ThyssenKrupp Steel USA site in Calvert, AL using up to 12 drill rigs at a time. […]

Pumping the I-35W Bridge in Record Time

November 2008 Pumping the I-35W Bridge in Record Time

A new standard for fast track construction was established when replacement of the Minneapolis I-35W bridge was begun after the 40-year old structural steel span collapsed into the Mississippi River on August 1, 2007. The tragedy spawned some great achievements including opening the new bridge only 13 months after the collapse. The project demonstrated the […]

Hospital Expansion is a Milestone for City and Pumper

November 2008 Hospital Expansion is a Milestone for City and Pumper

The Order of St. Francis (OSF) has a long history in Peoria, Illinois going back to 1876 when six Franciscan Sisters established a hospital in a two-story frame house under the direction of the local parish. Today OSF Healthcare is a multi-state corporation still under the auspices of the Sisters of the Third Order of […]

Pumping Up the Power At Missouri Coal Plant

July 2008 Pumping Up the Power At Missouri Coal Plant

After lengthy delays caused by environmental concerns, a coal fired power plant is being built at Weston, Missouri by Kansas City Power and Light. And after a lengthy time away from the business, the pumper on the project is back in a big way. The $1 billion Iatan 2 power plant will supply 850 megawatts […]

Tunnel Lining Project Takes Pumping To Great Lengths

July 2008 Tunnel Lining Project Takes Pumping To Great Lengths

A dual phase project to repair aging sewer tunnels in the Los Angeles area has incorporated the use of SCC (self consolidating concrete) in the largest use of this material in North America. Matching the impressive quantities of SCC being used on the project are the lengthy distances the material is being pumped using a […]

Shotcrete Contractor Takes His Show On The Road With World Class Results

July 2008 Shotcrete Contractor Takes His Show On The Road With World Class Results

For nearly thirty years Desert Shotcrete in Tucson, AZ has ridden the wave of growth in the southwest. Along the way, the company has earned a reputation for being a first class rebar and shotcrete contractor, with more than 19 thousand residential and commercial installations to show for their efforts. “There was always so much […]

Big Boom Pays Off for Pumper On Slipform Silos

July 2008 Big Boom Pays Off for Pumper On Slipform Silos

The ethanol boom continues to fuel business for concrete pumpers with the equipment to handle the concrete placing challenges required on these inimitable projects. R.L McCoy, Inc. with offices in Columbia City, IN and Indianapolis has seen one grain silo project turn into four more with their superior service, reliable equipment and versatile long booms. […]

Innovative Booms Pay Off for Concrete Contractor

May 2008 Innovative Booms Pay Off for Concrete Contractor

In an economy that is searching for bright spots, just look east to Ruttura and Sons, concrete contractors located on Long Island, NY. Their reputation, experience and extensive concrete pumping fleet is keeping them busy on larger commercial projects these days. They are also the concrete contractors on the new $800 million CITI Field which […]

Unique Boom Transforms Pipe Plant Into Composting Facility

May 2008 Unique Boom Transforms Pipe Plant Into Composting Facility

In another example of Going Green, a boarded up plant is being transformed into a recycling facility using a unique concrete pump and boom combination in Ontario, Canada. The 100,000 square foot Stelco Pipe Plant, located in Welland, Ont. was closed in 2002 and sat idle until Universal Resources Recovery, Inc., purchased the buildings and […]

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