Rampart Hydro’s Quarterly Newsletter

Rampart Hydro’s Quarterly Newsletter

Rampart Hydro Services has developed a new quarterly newsletter.  This newsletter is for anyone interested in the hydrodemolition industry, including general contractors, owners, and engineers.  The newsletter contains information about hydrodemolition projects and equipment.  It also contains a “technical corner” where one of our experts discusses a technical aspect of the hydrodemolition process or elements that affect…

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Rampart High Reach Hydrodemolition Robot

Rampart High Reach Hydrodemolition Robot

Performing hydrodemolition on hard to reach surfaces High Reach Hydrodemolition Rampart’s High Reach Robot has the capability to work on structures up to 50’ high. Performing high reach hydrodemolition can have many challenges.  Our robots’ unique cutting head can be positioned to perform removals on vertical and overhead surfaces. Walls, bridge substructures, columns, piers, dam…

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Ideal Solutions for Parking Structure Rehabilitation

Ideal Solutions for Parking Structure Rehabilitation

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 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.  Any…

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Winter Hydrodemolition Projects

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…

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

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 updated…

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Unique and Custom Hydrodemolition Robots

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…

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Pat Winkler named ICRI Fellow

Pat Winkler was recently designated an ICRI Fellow by the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) in recognition of his outstanding and lasting contributions to the concrete repair industry.  Pat has been a member of ICRI for more than 15 years.  He served on the Technical Advisory Committee and chaired the Surface Preparation Committee.  Pat has…

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California Project Receives Award of Excellence

The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) recognized Rampart’s contribution to the Joint Water Pollution Control Plant Repair project.  The Carson, California project, completed by J. F. Shea Construction, received the award for “Excellence in the Repair of Municipal Structures”.  Rampart designed and built multiple hydrodemolition robots specifically for this project.  The project spanned over 4…

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Kennedy Bridge Project Receives Award

Rampart received recognition and thanks from MAC Construction & Excavating for our contribution to the award winning Kennedy Bridge Rehabilitation project. The project received the 2013 Excellence in Construction Award and the Presidential Award from Associated Builders & Contractors, Inc. Rampart performed 32,000 SY of Dry Hydrodemolition and Vacuum Cleanup. Using multiple sets of equipment…

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