In the process of their production, this company's machines generate great amount of heat. In order not to waste the water cooling them down, the managing team came up with the idea for recycling and reusing it somewhere else.
They have decided to install a hydronic floor heating on the driveway ramp. That way during the winter the ramp will stay snowless and the vehicles using it will get through easily.
On this final stage, the second part of the driveway is being spread out with concrete. On the thrid photograph Varaks' workers are screeding out the wet concrete to create a flat surface. The ramp works are now completed and the floor heating is just ready to meet the winter.
In order not to interrupt the work of the investor the driveway should be separated and done in two parts. While we are laying the concrete on the first part, vehicles of the investor may continue moving on the construction free part. This takes a little more time waiting for the concrete to properly cure, so we can begin with the second part.
Finally the water-heated tubing is installed and can be covered.
The works began with demolition of the old concrete. The demolition crew started breaking it up with drills. Not long after this a hydraulic hammer joined the process nearly breaking not only the concrete but the bearable sound barrier too.