Concrete Imaging Projects
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Konover Construction Corporation (now KBE Building Corporation) was hired as general contractor of a major renovation project at Stamford Town Center, Stamford, Connecticut. As part of the renovation they were responsible for drilling, cutting and coring through a post tension slab.
Skanska USA Building, Inc. was hired by Stamford Hospital to convert unused office space into new medical clinics at 1351 Washington Boulevard, Stamford, Connecticut. As part of the renovations, Skanska was responsible for core drilling through a post tension slab.
Whiting-Turner Construction Company hired IMTL, Inc. to inspect the concrete masonry unit (CMU) walls of an occupied building at UCONN School of Law, Hartford, Connecticut. They began the inspection by drilling pilot holes into the blocks to visually inspect inside the wall.
As part of a multiple office renovation at The Centre at Purchase, 4 Manhattanville Road, Purchase, New York, Belway Electrical Contracting Corp. needed to core drill through the 4th floor concrete slab to supply electrical and telecommunication services to the newly renovated offices.
Prudential Retirement recently performed a major renovation on multiple floors at the Prudential Building, 280 Trumbull Street, Hartford, Connecticut. As part of the renovation, it was necessary for the electrical and plumbing contractor to drill through the concrete slab.
Swenson Construction was responsible for converting an empty retail space into a new Allen Edmonds store at Stamford Town Center, 100 Greyrock Place, Stamford, Connecticut. Prior to installing new electrical conduits and plumbing, however, it was first necessary to core through the suspended post tension concrete slab.
During new building construction at 2148 Broadway, New York, NY, Epic Mechanical was forced to make several last minute changes to the mechanical plans. Some of these changes required that core drilling be performed through a newly poured concrete slab, beam, and bulkhead to install new utility services.
Delta Testing Labs, Inc. was recently responsible for performing a concrete load study at 425 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY. As part of the study, they needed to determine the rebar pattern in 11 columns located in both the building’s basement and sub-basement. Since construction had already been completed, a non-destructive testing method was required.
Reckson, a Division of S.L. Green was responsible for renovating an office space at Westchester Capital, 100 Summit Lake Drive, Valhalla, New York. As part of the renovation, it was necessary to run new electrical and telecommunication services to the desks in the middle of each room.