Fine Cut’s concrete wall sawing will do the job when it comes to cutting windows, doorways, elevator shaft openings, crawl spaces, retaining walls, HVAC openings and even demolition cutting.
Fine Cut is hiring! Are you or someone you know looking for an exciting job in the field of concrete drilling and sawing? If so, please call Fine Cut at (816) 540-5787. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.
The Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association (CSDA) offers training for concrete wall sawing and much more. Sawing and drilling 101 classes are taught by experts with real-world experience, enabling students to have both time in the classroom and time on the slab. The courses are geared to both newly hired operators and anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of sawing and drilling basics. Students can gain proficiency and productivity in core drilling and all sawing disciplines. Here is a list of 101 classes currently offered by CSDA:
- Slab Sawing & Core Drilling 101 – a comprehensive, introductory training course covering the disciplines of Slab Sawing and Core Drilling.
- Wall & Hand Sawing 101 – a comprehensive, introductory training course covering the disciplines of wall saws, hand saws, chain saws and ring saws including their applications and components.
- Wire Sawing 101- a comprehensive, introductory training course covering types of wire saws, drive systems and diamond wire beads including their applications and components.
CSDA’s mission is to promote professional concrete methods. Their vision is keeping members informed about the ever-evolving industry, and their values are ethical, safety, education, and innovation.
The Mission of CSDA is to promote the use of professional cutting, polishing, imaging, and selective demolition contractors and their methods. In support of this goal, the CSDA Code of Ethics demands that members pursue the highest standards of safety, quality and integrity. The CSDA is a nonprofit trade association of contractors, manufactures and affiliated members from the construction and renovation industry. Diamond tools for projects requiring sawing, drilling, selective demolition, polishing and imaging offer the construction industry many benefits including lower total project costs, precision cutting, maintenance of structural integrity, reduce downtime, reduce noise, dust and debris, limited access cutting and the ability to cut heavily-reinforced concrete. Founded in 1972, the CSDA has 500 members and is growing worldwide.
Fine Cut’s operators are trained to cut vertical and horizontal surfaces when concrete wall sawing. They cut through stone, cinder block, brick, concrete, structural concrete and asphalt. The saw is equipped with a circular blade on a track-mounted machine that can climb walls and cut ceilings. The wall saw is capable of cutting openings in concrete foundations, full wall removal, beams, columns and flush cuts.
For more information about concrete wall sawing or a job with Fine Cut, call (816) 540-5787.