Wiresawing is a versatile method of cutting where other methods are not practical such as cutting out mass concrete, removing plinths, bridges and staircases.
It can also be used to flush cut to existing walls. The big advantage of wire sawing is that there is basically no limit to the depth or shape that can be cut.
A1 Kiwi's wire saw operators have been involved in large overseas projects such as the Urra Dam, BHP Port Headland, Australia - both of which involved the removal of several hundred cubic metres of concrete to aid the structural modification work involved in raising the level of the dam. Recently A1 Kiwi has been involved in the Well Connected Alliance – Waterview Project and SH16 St Luke’s Bridge using the wiresaw.