CUTTING - CORING - SCANNING -
LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED IN FORT MCMURRAY
MCCC can core up to 24” in diameter, virtually any depth (horizontal, vertical, and inverted).
MCCC specializes in slab sawing, wall sawing, demolition, and removal.
Any project, any size.
Let us detect metallic and nonmetallic objects in real time—allowing us to drill, cut or core on site that day.
Our UPV non-destructive crack analysis device can estimate concrete crack depths in real time.
Concrete coring is the process of drilling or cutting through concrete floors, walls and ceilings.
Our team of experts can help you remove unwanted concrete on any residential or commercial project, with safety as our highest priority.
McMurray Concrete & Coring can core up to 18” in diameter, virtually any depth
(horizontal, vertical, and inverted).
Concrete Scanning (GPR 3-D imaging) is a technology used to detect metallic and nonmetallic objects in real time—allowing us to drill, cut or core on site in real-time. In addition, concrete scanning reduces the risk of damages to utilities, electrical/wiring, plumbing and structural reinforcement at your job site.
These tools allow us to map the network on the surface of your structure before we core or cut.
Overall, this procedure adds another step of safety to your project, while preventing accidents and work stoppages.
CONCRETE CRACK ANALYSIS
McMurray Concrete Cutting & Coring is the leader in northern Alberta for Concrete Crack Analysis.
Normal in concrete, surface cracks are the most commonly seen kind of defects in concrete structures and slabs.As concrete cracking can develop at different stages of the settling process (before or after hardening, shrinkage/expansion), the cracks should be monitored regularly to make sure the width/depth of the crack does not get progressively worse over time.
Our team is specialized in measuring cracks and trained in writing reports on the findings.
McMurray Concrete & Coring recognize that safety is the top priority of our business and your project.
Our team is educated to the highest safety standards through the Alberta Construction Safety Association and the COR Program.
We continue to educate our team through all new programs/standards developed by ASCA.
Our crew is certified in the following: