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Students at St. Mary 's archeology dept needed a section of the Plaza at the Alamo removed for their archeological dig. A 15-foot square hole, 12 inches thick concrete had to be removed for this project. Care needed to be approached for this project, Due to the sensitive structure of the historical site, no jackhammer or any precussionary tools could be used.


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The dam required numerous holes up to 45 inches deep to install three hundred tons of steel for new crane system and security office on top of the existing dam. Holes were drilled inches above the water on irregular surfaces and holes had to be exact to
fit the steel.

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Decorator joints were cut in the new concrete at Loftin Student Center and Fine Arts Building to make concrete more appealing. Our expertise in the business and quality of our equipment made CRI the best choice to cut precise straight line when appearance to the facility is vital.