Hayden Wrecking offers complete concrete cutting and demolition services for the Metro St. Louis area. With a combined 50+ years of concrete cutting experience in our management team and our dedicated field staff, we can handle any concrete cutting needs you may have.
What We Provide
Wall Sawing (480 volt HI-Cycle wall saw): Cutting up to 28” thick concrete walls, floors, etc.
Flat Sawing (65 HP diesel): Cutting up to 17” deep pavement.
Core Drilling (110 volt, 480 volt and Hydraulic drills): Drilling up to 66” diameter holes.
Hand Sawing (480 volt HI-cycle ring saw, electric over hydraulic ring saw and chain saw): Cutting for up to 10” thick walls on smaller openings.
Electric Flat Sawing (480 volt/40HP walk behind saw): Cutting for up to 12” thick concrete floor slab. We also have a 480 volt (7 HP) saw for cutting up to 6” thick concrete in tight spaces.
Wire Sawing (480 volt HI-Cycle wire saw): For all cutting where conventional methods of concrete cutting prove to be problematic.
Robotic Electric Demolition: The Brokk 160 (480 volt powered excavator) is ideal for excavating trench in an interior application. Excavates to a depth of 6’ and can also be fitted with an SB202 breaker where necessary. Fits thru a standard man door but has a 3,000 lb lifting capacity.
Owens Corning production Line Retrofit
Complete removal of sumps, foundations, floors and concrete trenches associated with the existing product line in order to make room for new system installation.
Scott Air Force Base WWTP (wastewater treatment plant)
Removal of a 50’ diameter concrete tank lid with encased steel beams.
Carbondale Memorial Hospital
Removal of an existing 3 story concrete staircase which extended up through the working hospital. Hayden Wrecking also cut and drilled a series of mechanical chases and tie ins for the new hospital expansion.
St. Louis Riverfront Archgrounds Renovation Project
Cut a 45’ x 18’ opening in an 18” thick foundation wall for the new Archgrounds museum entry.
Highway 70 Kaskaskia River bridge
Saw cut the bridge deck over the Kaskaskia river for removal by our demolition team.