Big K Sawing and Drilling is celebrating its thirtieth year in operation this year.
Three decades ago Big K Concrete Sawing began operation from their small location and by sticking to their slogan of “Prompt, Professional Service” the company managed to grow quickly. We service Tulsa Oklahoma and surrounding cities and states. If you want a company with a flawless safety record, operators with OSHA certification, trucks loaded with the finest equipment to get your job done quickly and cleanly then give us a call.
This is the latest technology in robotic demolition! The BROKK 180 remote controlled robot, this machine is famous for eliminating injuries and adding value to your job with it’s remote controlled capabilities for demolition. BROKK has proven a valuable tool in power plants, refineries, nuclear plants, kilns, and the process industry.
• No fumes, unit is electric
• Work in interior and confined spaces
• Operator controls unit with remote control
• Work in dangerous places without risks to workers
YOUR CHOICE OF HEAVY DUTY HAMMERS, HYDRAULIC CRUSHERS, BUCKETS, GRAPPLES, DRILLS, SHEARS, SCABBLERS AND SORTING GRABS.
TRICKY ACCESS CALLS FOR THE BROKK
HEAVY DUTY CRUSHING & GRIPPING POWER
HAPPILY CLIMBS STAIRS
We’ve performed work at Cancer Treatment Center, St. John, St. Francis and Hillcrest to name a few. We’ve performed delicate concrete cutting, core drilling, breaking and removal in sensitive areas like radiation rooms and CyberKnife locations.
At Hillcrest of Tulsa, Big K performed a nice “slice and dice” bit of cutting, pieces of concrete now are manageable for removal.
Here at St. John hospital of Tulsa, Big K performs a surgical concrete cut and removal. Working at off hours is sometimes necessary for these projects.
Big K cut through 8 floors to create new elevator shafts through 12″ thick concrete. Notice the perfectly cut corners with no overcuts!
Let us arrive on your job with our assortment of electric saws, powerful generators and super clean crews. We pride ourselves in being Oklahoma’s cleanest interior cutting crew! Don’t risk cutting indoor concrete with a gas saw, electric is the way to go (and OSHA requires it for jobs with limited ventilation)