Concrete Construction Tools And Services Kalamazoo MI

Concrete is not only for tools. It is also used for different services. One you see along the road is the concrete driveways. It should be a minimum of six inches long. In addition, concrete sidewalks should be a minimum of four inches long. Always maintain this four inches grade throughout the sidewalk to prevent it from cracking.

Eckert Wordell, L.L.C.
(269) 388-7313
161 East Michigan Avenue,Suite 200
Kalamazoo, MI
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Commercial facilities, Extended care facilities, Health care buildings, High-rise buildings, Industrial complexes , Medical office buildings, Mixed-use buildings, Municipal buildings, Office buildings, Other
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American Institute of Architects

TowerPinkster
(269) 345-6133
242 East Kalamazoo Avenue,Suite 200
Kalamazoo, MI
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American Institute of Architects

Diekema Hamann Architecture + Engineering
612 South Park Street
Kalamazoo, MI
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Extended care facilities, Health care buildings, Housing - Multi-family, Medical office buildings, Municipal buildings, Office buildings, Religious buildings, Schools K-12
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Architectural Design / Documentation, Design-Build, Electrical Design / Documentation, Energy Studies, Existing Facilities Surveys, Historic Preservation, Interior Design / Documentation, LEED Certification Services, Mechanical Design / Documentation, Sustainable Building Design
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Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Texas
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American Institute of Architects

Schley Architects
P.O. Box 19640
Kalamazoo, MI
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Commercial facilities, Courthouses, Extended care facilities, Health care buildings, Housing - Single family , Industrial complexes , Medical office buildings, Municipal buildings, Office buildings, Religious buildings
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Architectural Design / Documentation, Interior Design, Project Administration, Strategic Facility Planning
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Michigan
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American Institute of Architects

Cato Companies
5930 Lovers Lane,3rd Floor
Kalamazoo, MI
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American Institute of Architects

Nelson Breech Nave, AIA Architect
100 North Edwards Street
Kalamazoo, MI
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Commercial facilities, Housing - Single family , Industrial complexes , Medical office buildings, Mixed-use buildings, Museums, Office buildings, Other, Religious buildings, Restaurants
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Architectural Design / Documentation, Existing Facilities Surveys, Historic Preservation, Project Administration, Project Representation, Site Development Planning
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Indiana, Michigan
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American Institute of Architects

Kingscott Associates, Inc.
229 East Michigan Avenue,Suite 335
Kalamazoo, MI
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American Institute of Architects

Baker Richard E. AIA
2702 Mockingbird Drive
Kalamazoo, MI
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American Institute of Architects

Slocum Associates, Inc.
521 South Riverview Drive
Kalamazoo, MI
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American Institute of Architects

Dlz Michigan Inc
(269) 553-0640
535 S Burdick St
Kalamazoo, MI
 

Concrete Construction Tools And Services

The diversity of high risk activity is present in buildings and construction industries. To prevent deaths, injuries and illness, the hazard that construction people are facing must be managed.

The construction industry employs skilled workers who build various infrastructures or buildings. Their work includes erection, construction, extension and structural alteration.

Other construction services include:

Site preparation
Excavation and landscaping work done in connection with construction work.
Installation or assembly of pre fabricated components used in construction work
Separation of a structure or part of a structure into its pre fabricated components


Demolition work or asbestos removal work

In almost all of the above services, concrete is used in one way or another. Appropriate tools and equipment must be utilized when concrete. Here are different kinds of tools and equipment used for working with concrete:

1.AIR CONCRETE CHAIN SAW WITH DIAMOND CHAIN 11” BAR AND CHAIN
Category: Concrete Chain Saws

•Cut with speed, portability and ease through Reinforced Brick, Concrete, Block, Natural Stone and Concrete Pipe.
•Designed for cutting through walls, floors and columns in a single pass

2.DRY DIAMOND CORE DRILLING MACHINE – One Speed
Category: Core Drills

•Lightweight and compact core drill for holes that are up to approximately 3 1/4” in limestone, brick, cinder blocks as well as other types of abrasive materials
•The slip clutch is used to protect the operator in case of jamming.

3.HIGH SPEED GENERAL PURPOSE BLADES (Cured Concrete)

•Designed for contractors using a hand held, high speed saw
•For general construction and other emergency style sawing of concrete.
•Can be wet or dry

4.AIR ROTARY HAMMER DRILLS – SDS PLUS
Category: Hammer Drills

•1” BIT capacity for drilling concrete and masonry uses SDS – Plus
•Shank drill bits holes up to 1” diameter with solid carbide tipped bits
•Up to 3” diameter with carbide core bits

5.ALUMINUM HAND HELD GROOVER (12”)
Category: Czar Weld Hand Tools

•1/8” 6061 aircraft aluminum lightweight only 2 lbs. float size.
•8” x 12” blade size 7 ½” x 1 1/8” deep x 3/8” radius replaceable blade float size provides wider flatter surface area.
paint, glue, tile cement, drywall. mud and other materials in small. batches up to 50 lbs

6.MIXER HER 14.1S with VARIABLE SPEED – The lightweight mixer with high torque

•Excellent for use by painters, tillers and contractors for mixing paint, tile cement, glue, drywall mud and other material in small quantities of up to 50 lbs.

7.TIGER EQUIPMENT FLOOR SAW MINI 1
Category: Saws

•The Sturdi Saws are the most durable and easily maintained push saws available.

8.8” HEAVY DUTY FLOOR SCRAPER WITH 5 FOOT ERGONOMIC HANDLE PLUS 20 8” SPARE BLADES
Category: Surface Prep Tools

•Heavy duty head with 4 screws
•Head is cast and heat treated, carbon steel
•General large area clean up
•Head fits all other handles
•EZ to use large rub

9.BOX OF 100 BLADES – 4 inches
Category: Surface Prep Tools

•for use with HS 0105, HS0125, HS 0125ERG, 4” Scrapers

10. HC 175 – 5 HIGH CYCLE VIBRATOR WITH 1 ¾” HEAD
Category: High Cycle Vibrators and Generators

•Bearing less air motor in head vibrators
•1 ¾” head with 5' handling hose and 25' switch and cable assembly.
Here are more concrete construction tools:
•Concrete Tamp – used to compress the concrete mix.
•Bull float – used to level the exterior of concrete, sealing tangible from moisture lose.
•Fresno – are intended for adding long extension handles so they don't have to walk out on the slab. They fast work over big areas but do not attain the same degree of compaction.
•Floats – level ridges, fill voids, and smooth the surface in preparation for troweling. Floats can also be applied to work in dry shake color hardeners. A float pastes on the surface by means of pushing down the coarse aggregate.
•Walking Edger Tool – forms the edges of concrete to a smooth rounded edge.
•Jointer Tool (also called as Grover) – used to section concrete to control from cracking.
•Magnesium Floats Tool – level concrete to accessible concrete and forms.
•Steel Trowel Tool – used to smooth and seal concrete to a polished finish.
•Straight edges – strike off freshly placed concrete and make it as level as possible before finishing.
•Concrete Broom – used to uniform the concrete onto a non slip textured exterior.
•Concrete Boots and Gloves – defense from harsh elements.

Concrete is not only for tools. It is also used for different services. One you see along the road is the concrete driveways. It should be a minimum of six inches long. In addition, concrete sidewalks should be a minimum of four inches long. Always maintain this four inches grade throughout the sidewalk to prevent it from cracking.

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