Rampart Hydro Services
Specializing in Hydrodemolition for more than 25 years!
Using ultra high water pressure (UHP – 35,000 psi), we can remove from 1/4 inch to more than four feet of concrete–leaving rebar undamaged and the surface pour ready. Learn More.
Our vacuum trucks and water reclamation equipment can quickly cleanup wastewater and debris. Protect the environment by recovering or recycling the wastewater and debris. Learn More.
Coatings and other materials can quickly be removed from concrete surfaces leaving the prepared surface ready for a new protective material. Learn More.
Using UHP water, we efficiently and safely remove rubber deposits and markings from airport runways. The water and debris are vacuumed during the removal resulting in environmentally safe rubber and paint removal. Learn More.
Rampart’s hydrodemolition work is making news in Utah!
Rampart Hydro Services has been working on a major interstate highway project in Utah. The hydrodemolition work has been happening on I-215 at SR-201 in Salt Lake County. This is the Utah Department of Transportation’s second hydrodemolition project of the year. The first, also completed by Rampart, was in Summit & Wasatch Counties on US-40. Later in the summer, Rampart will be working on Utah’s third hydrodemolition project also on I-215 at the Knudsen Corner Bridge.
The hydrodemolition process is significantly extending the life of Utah’s bridge decks. Because hydrodemolition does not damage surrounding structures or cause micro-fracturing, the DOT saves time and money. On the I-215 project, UT DOT estimates that hydrodemolition is saving approximately $2.5 million. Read more….