Hitech Industrial Services was contracted to carry out hydro-demolition and ultra-high pressure (UHP) water jetting.
Sydney Heritage Fleet engaged Hitech Industrial Services to undertake some industrial high pressure cleaning in the boiler room of the iconic 1927 vessel the John Oxley. As a coastal marine ship it is currently being restored so safety and environment as well as community considerations were paramount.
Hitech Industrial Services was contracted to remove concrete from expansion joints to a specified depth on the Gateway Bridge (Brisbane) in order to ensure the project was completed on time and avoid onerous penalty clauses for the main contractor.
Hitech Industrial Services were required to cut an access point into a buried unleaded fuel tank for decommissioning at MicK's Mechanical Repairs yard in Smithfield.
Hitech was awarded this project at the Majura Parkway upgrade in the ACT, due to our unrivalled robotic concrete removal rates.
Hitech Industrial Services were contracted on a project which involved the cutting of small manholes to 52 tanks both above and below ground to enable cleaning and decommissioning.
Hitech Industrial Services were contracted to prepare the inside surface of concrete tanks at the Kurnell Desalination Plant
Remediation of concrete below a wharf meant that skilled water blasters were suspended via an access platform system to enable them to reach the deck soffit and beams
Within flowing waterways, Australian native fish are reliant on various habitat types to ensure their life cycle.
In what is believed to be an industry first, Hitech Industrial used its leading cold cutting system to penetrate some 200 metres below ground and cut a ventilation casing at 12-metre intervals so that it could be removed.
The underside of a bridge required high pressure water jetting due to rusting of steel reinforcement.
Hitech were required to remove approximately 200m² of paint from the inside of a concrete building, to allow for the application of an additional coating.
Hitech Industrial Services were required to provide specialised Hydro Demolition works of recent within Sydney to assist the Simpson Building Group
Hitech were engaged to remove concrete from the face of a ROM Backstop via means of Hydro Demolition, in order for the steel reinforcement to remain intact.
To enable wharf rehabilitation of a mooring dolphin, Hitech was enlisted to remove the concrete that had become infected with concrete cancer.
Hitech was engaged to remove the concrete beneath a steel plate in a concrete dolphin, located on the coastline of NSW.
Hitech were contracted to remove sections of concrete on a bridge in South Western Sydney
Hydro demolition via hand lancing was used to remove surrounding concrete in order to expose steel water main.
Hitech were required to carry out hydro demolition of concrete to allow for the removal of two bridge bearings.
Hitech Industrial Services carried out Hydro Demolition works to the deck of an existing jetty, in preparation for the installation of new service hatches.
Hitech Industrial Services were engaged by a client to clean oil, grease and copper fragments off of a concrete slab at an industrial manufacturing plant.
Hitech Industrial Services were contracted to carry out works that consisted of the removal of concrete via Hydro Demolition
Hitech was contracted to carry 3600m2 of surface preparation at Sydney fish markets.
Another project for Legacy Way in Brisbane saw Hitech contracted to carry out 17,000m2 Hydro Scabbling.
The Legacy Way project in Brisbane saw Hitech engaged in a range of services including Cold Cutting of pre stressed anchors.
Hitech was contracted to carry out Hydrodemolition on a rail beam at Port Botany Terminal 3.
Hitech Industrial Services was contracted by to remove areas of concrete that had been identified as suffering from concrete cancer at Cockatoo Island.