Rampart’s hydrodemolition work is making news in Utah!

| August 3, 2016 |

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 […]

High Reach Hydrodemolition Robot

| May 13, 2016 |

Substructure Hydrodemolition Substructure hydrodemolition can be performed using Rampart Hydro Services’ High Reach Robot.  The robots unique cutting head can be positioned to perform concrete removal on vertical and overhead surfaces.  This hydrodemolition equipment is capable of removing concrete on structures up to 50’ high. Walls, bridge substructure, columns, piers dam faces and spillways are all locations where […]

Ideal Solutions for Parking Structure Rehabilitation

| January 22, 2016 |

Parking Garage Hydrodemolition Do you have a parking structure slated for rehabilitation?  Rampart is uniquely qualified to generate a wide array of hydrodemolition solutions for various elements of your parking garage rehabilitation project.  We can remove traffic coatings robotically utilizing our custom-designed membrane head, which can yield up to 1,500 SF of production per hour.  […]

Rubber Removal Project – Andrews AFB

| April 15, 2015 |

Rampart recently completed a rubber removal project at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.  The project involved removing 350,000 SF of rubber deposits from runways at the base.

Winter Hydrodemolition Projects

| January 7, 2015 |

Yes, hydrodemolition can be performed in the winter.  Rampart Hydro Services is continuing our concrete removal work at the Fort McHenry Tunnel project in Baltimore, Maryland throughout the winter.  Additionally, we will be performing joint cleaning on a bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; concrete bridge deck removal work in Texas; and runway rubber removal in New […]

Technical Document about Selective Removal v. Hydrodemolition Operating Pressure & Flow Rate

| November 18, 2014 |

We recently posted a document entitled Selective Removal v. Hydrodemolition Operating Pressure and Flow Rate to the Technical Documents section of our website.  This article provides an in-depth discussion of the “selective removal” concept in relation to various pressure and flow rates of hydrodemolition equipment.   The Technical Documents section of the website will be […]

Employment Opportunities

| October 29, 2014 |

Rampart Hydro Services has posted four new employment opportunities.  We are currently accepting applications for Diesel Mechanic, Field Technician, Mechanic Trainee, and Equipment Detailer.  Please visit our Employment page at for specific information about each position.

Unique and Custom Hydrodemolition Robots

| October 2, 2014 |

Rampart Hydro Services has a fleet of unique Hydrodemolition Robots.  And if the project demands, we can also build a custom Hydrodemolition Robot that will allow access to the most difficult to reach areas. We have robotic hydrodemolition removal units in our fleet that can perform removals on vertical and overhead surfaces up to sixty […]

Lower Water Use – Rampart Goes Green

| September 15, 2014 |

Do you have a project where fresh water supply and hydrodemolition wastewater are a serious issue?  Must the wastewater be controlled or even recycled?  Rampart can help; we successfully recycle hydrodemolition wastewater on jobsites across the United States. Rampart’s fleet of specialized equipment – lower water use Ultra High Pressure Pumps for hydrodemolition, state of […]

Rampart featured in Shotcrete Magazine article about the Fort McHenry Tunnel Project

| September 2, 2014 |

An article by John Becker in Shotcrete Magazine describes the first phase of the Fort McHenry Tunnel repair project.  The project required 23,000 CF of delaminated concrete repairs in two tunnel bores.  Coastal Gunite Construction chose Rampart to perform the hydrodemolition.  The article featured Rampart’s contributions to the project.  We designed and built custom hydrodemolition […]