Technical Concrete Cutting Ltd (TCC) have helped remove a stumbling block in the way of the Goldman Sachs new £1billion office project in the City of London.
Slough Sewerage Treatment Works needed significant modification to increase capacity and improve water discharge quality in line with the latest EU regulations.
When production in a Portsmouth factory was moved overseas, the company enlisted the support of TCC to help them covert the redundant space into a new assembly area and warehouse. However, all the work had to be undertaken while offices above and storage areas alongside remained in operation – necessitating specialist low-noise and low-percussion concrete removal and disposal.
When High Wycombe town centre was being redeveloped, TCC was contracted to undertake an important element in the overall scheme.
The company was asked to find a speedy solution to cutting three new openings for ramps in the multi-story car park serving retail outlets and offices involved in the major redevelopment programme.
The Christian Outreach Centre in Brighton required a meeting area to be formed on the third floor of their 1960s style concrete-framed building. They identified an unused storage room as the ideal location – and decided to build a new roof and remove the original concrete roof slab to provide the required headroom.
With the knowledge that one piece of debris could cause significant damage – and potentially a black-out - TCC’s expertise for delivering vibration-free stitch diamond drilling was put to the test when a Reading electricity sub-station was replaced.
Chichester based concrete cutting specialists, Technical Concrete Cutting Ltd (TCC), are proud to announce that they have become “Gold Sponsors” to the Scilly Mission.
The Scilly Mission involves a team of three island boys (from Tresco in the Isles of Scilly that is) taking a small family car through 17 countries, 5 mountain ranges, 2 deserts, 2 continents over 10,000 miles of unpredictable road. Without a support crew, recovery vehicle or particular mechanical knowledge; all for charity … in other words, taking part in the Mongol Rally.
The latest technology in tracked concrete sawing has delivered a stunning result at the home of once FA Cup winners Portsmouth FC.
As a result of investment in high-frequency wall saw equipment by Chichester-based Technical Concrete Cutting (TCC), the company was able to undertake some concrete surgery in rapid time at the club’s stadium at Fratton Park.
At TCC we've gained a reputation for providing a fast and efficient service to our customers.
At TCC we invest in both our plant and our people. All operatives are directly employed and trained in the technical skills of operating our specialist plant including the relevant health and safety issues involved with the plant and the working environment it is being used in.