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Big Work in Tight Spaces

The Big Apple, despite its name, is not known for extra legroom. Apartments are small and expensive, streets and subway cars are packed, and demolition contractors are continually tasked with finding new ways to do their work in the cramped urban environment.

Some companies have found ways to adapt to and excel in the limited-space environment of New York City. New York City-based concrete ... read more »

Beating the Buzzer on a Tight Deadline

Just as basketball players often need to beat the buzzer with a last second shot to win, the contractors completing the NBA’s second-largest renovation ever needed a big score for a buzzer beater of their own – completing phase I of the $192.5 million Philips Arena renovation in time for the 2017 season.

The Atlanta Hawks announced the major renovation of the Philips Arena in downtown ... read more »

A New Approach: Foundry increases productivity 50 percent with Brokk machines

From performing repetitive tasks and working in awkward postures to handling harsh chemicals, molten metal and dust, foundry workers take on physically challenging tasks regularly. The weekly, four-hour-long process of refractory removal leaves most worn out, at best, injured at worse.

That’s why a Midwestern foundry tossed out most of its 40-pound rivet busters in favor of removing the ... read more »