Pulp and Paper Modifications

Contributing to the full spectrum of maintenance, upgrade, retrofit, and replacement projects in this industry, our array of demolition equipment is called into service. We use our diamond wire saws for couch pit renovation and removal, motor pedestal removal and modifications, head box replacement, pump foundation removal, chest, floor, and tank removal. Our robotic hammers, operated by experienced technicians, work in the limited space of kilns to break refractory and lime buildup for removal. We understand the urgency of outages and are committed to safety.

Location

National Coverage

Client

International Paper, Georgia Pacific, and many more...

Proven Expertise in Pulp and Paper Industry Demolitions

Since 1979, Bluegrass has consistently performed quality concrete demolition for many clients and thousands of projects in the pulp and paper industry. Our substantial experience in the engineering, project management, and highly skilled work performance of diamond wire sawing, robotic hammering, and core drilling has resulted in improved efficiency and safety for our clients. Inventories of 60 wire saws, 25 Brokks, and over 30 core drills, we can deploy our team to an outage of any size to ensure time-sensitive projects are completed on schedule.

Our unparalleled experience has created excellent relationships with our clients’ International Paper, Georgia Pacific, Westrock, Packaging Corporation of America, Domtar, Graphic Packaging, Resolute Forest Products, Sappi, Proctor & Gamble, and Evergreen Packaging, as well as, many contractors to include C.R. Meyer, The Boldt Company, Lavender, Spirit, Miron, Rayco, Yates, Alert, Carter Brothers, G.A. West, McAbee, QPS, Ricon, Stebbins, Tri Lakes, AIC, R&H, Reinjtes, Southernfield, West Alabama Mechanical and Jacobs.

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Maintaining project shedules and budgets since 1979.

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