Concrete Cutting & Coring
Concrete cutting and coring experts with fast response, competitive pricing, and professional service.
EAI’s concrete cutting and coring division can perform any concrete cutting tasks your project requires. Our trucks and trained professionals have the proper equipment to get your job done – anywhere in the Southeast. EAI can cut virtually any masonry material – concrete block, brick, stone, asphalt, and more. Visit our projects page to see the different projects we’ve completed.
Core drilling is one of the only ways to drill through reinforced concrete. Using diamond segmented core bits, we can drill holes in concrete of almost any size and depth. Our core drilling service is most commonly used by plumbing, mechanical, and electrical contractors when penetrations through concrete floors and walls are needed to run pipe or duct work.
Sometimes referred to as track sawing, wall sawing produces a straight clean cut using a diamond blade on a track mounted system which is anchored to the wall. Our wall saws are remote control operated and capable of cutting concrete up to 24” thick. We also employ the use of finishing tools, such as chainsaws, when cutting door and window openings to prevent over cuts in the corners.
Flat sawing is used to cut trenches and relief cuts in concrete slabs, as well as on bridge and highway projects. We have several different flat saws to fit your needs. For outdoor projects, we utilize our diesel flat saws, which are the most powerful and deepest cutting. Our electric flat saws are ideal for indoor projects where diesel emission isn’t allowed.
We offer hand sawing in areas where our larger equipment won’t fit or isn’t economical to use. We have both hydraulic and electric hand saws in our fleet that include chop saws, ring saws, and chain saws.
Wire sawing is a method of cutting concrete with diamond wire stretched through a system of pulleys. We offer wire sawing on projects where the concrete is to thick or oddly shaped to allow for wall sawing. With wire sawing, there is no limit to the depth of concrete we can cut.
Robotic Concrete Demolition
We use robotic concrete demolition for structures without enough space or weight capacity for the heavy equipment we normally use. Robotic concrete demolition machines are controlled by remote and are small enough to fit in doorways and even travel upstairs. Their hydraulically-powered arms can wield various tools, depending on job requirements.