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Dorchester, MA 02122

Chicago Office
14822 S. Drexel Ave. Dolton,
IL 60419
 
RUBBLEMAKERS AT WORK  
A BROKK 330 demolishes reinforced concrete on a total takedown. The 330 is largest BROKK unit and can hammer machines 3 to 4 times its size. RubbleMakers owns several BROOK 330's with a full array of attachment.
A BROKK 150 provides confined space access during a glass furnace demolition project. The glass industry is a popular use for RubbleMakers. To date, we have worked for many of the nation's largest glass manufactures and their contractors.
Removal of a file chest during an outage at a paper plant is safely, quickly and efficiently completed by RubbleMakers. Working under either a fixed fee or rental basis, the paper industry has been one of the largest suppliers of work for RubbleMakers crews.
A Cat 312 with a UP20 removes concrete barriers during a bridge renovation project.
A Bobcat removes refractory during a shutdown at a kiln. 24 hours a day, 365 days a years, RubbleMakers is ready to respond to any outage anywhere.
Whether it is a confined space demolition using BROKKs or squeezing this Cat 330 into this location, RubbleMakers excels at putting the most productive machine in the smallest areas. This project was a burned out historical structure that required RubbleMakers/Duane Corporation,s efforts in asset recovery, building separation and finally shoring for new construction.
 
 
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