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Repair Corrosion At The Medalla Light Beer Facility

Vertical and overhead repairs on columns, beams, and the ceiling. Products used include V/O Repair Mix, Cement All, and Corrosion Inhibitor.

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Rapid Setting Cement Products Save Time

Concrete repair and replacement throughout the 86,000 square feet of interior and exterior space at California Institute of Technology's campus. Products used include Cement All and Mortar Mix.

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Form Found Design Combined Helix Steel TSMR and Rapid Set to Realize The Mars Pavilion

Leveraging the precision and freedom of industrial robots to design a new concrete casting method using Cement All.

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Buying Time on U.S. Bridge Repairs

DOTs are tasked with deploying new techniques and new products to extend pavement in timeframes that reduce traffic interruptions and lane closure times. Rapid-hardening cement helps them meet this challenge, since it sets and gains strength rapidly. Products used include Cement All, Mortar Mix, FLOW Control, Low-P Cement, and Rapid Set Cement.

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International Concrete: Fast-Setting Cement Solves Problems Around the World

Five international projects show how construction products play a supporting role in industries where new technology rollouts, tight timelines, and sustainable design are the new normal. Products used include Cement All, Concrete Mix, Rapid Set Cement, SET Control, and TRU Self-Leveling.

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Bridge Rehab with Minimal Traffic Disruption

Albertis completed a comprehensive rehabilitation program for the more than 20-year-old bridge, which involved various levels of repair. With the airport on one end and a premier shopping destination (the Mall of San Juan) on the other, the bridge is subjected to a high level of vehicle traffic. The goal was to perform repairs with minimal road closures for drivers. Products used include Cement All, Corrosion Inhibitor, CR Concrete Resurfacer, DOT Repair Mix, Mortar Mix, V/O Repair Mix, WunderFixx.

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Rehabilitating the Bridge of Americas

Several elements were in need of replacement or repair, including nearly 13,000 sq feet (1,200 sq meters) of patching for the 54-year-old concrete bridge deck. Because the bridge could not be shut down during repairs, a quick-set mortar was specified for the patching material. Product used was Cement All.

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Producing DOT-Approved Concrete Pipe in Houston

When the pipes and culvert sections are placed in the yard for curing, Hanson pipe finishers and repair crews inspect them and make repairs as needed. The most common patches are made around the joints, where the pipes seat together, as these areas must be flat and smooth to achieve a proper seal. Products used include Cement All, Dark Concrete Additive, DOT Repair Mix, or Mortar Mix.

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Qualcomm Stadium

The types of repairs were slabs, overlays, spall repairs, and precast patchwork. Nielsen Dillingham Builders were able to successfully complete a 20-month construction schedule into eight months. Products used include Cement All, Concrete Mix, and Mortar Mix.

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Concrete Resurfacing Projects Makes 25-Year Old Sidewalks Look Brand New

Part of the $20 million renovation project at The Outlets at Montehiedra was to resurface the entire 14,000 square feet of the property’s 25-year old concrete sidewalk. Products used were Acrylic Primer, Cement All, and CR Concrete Resurfacer.

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Quick Bridge Completion

The New Hampshire DOT was constructing a new bridge on I-93 in Concord and wanted a grout that would provide fast-setting strength and be easy to use. Product used was Cement All.

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National University College

The campus parking structure was in dire need of structural repairs. The property owner wanted a permanent, durable solution that could withstand the corrosive seaside environment and be installed quickly within five months. Products used include Cement All, Mortar Mix, V/O Repair Mix, and WunderFixx.

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Parking Garage Repair Yields a Highly Durable Finish

There are virtually no cracks in more than 420,000 ft2 (39,000 m2) of slab. Further, the concrete frame was bid and constructed under budget and completed 42 days ahead of schedule. Because the slab was originally bid with pour strips and then re-bid with shrinkage-compensating concrete (SCC) in place of the pour strips, the high quality and fast schedule were obtained with a net cost savings. Product used was Type K shrinkage-compensating cement.

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Cement All, Concrete Mix, and LevelFlor Used to Rehabilitate Concrete Subsurface at U.S. Army's Largest Initial Training Center

The concrete subsurface was in dismal condition, with extensive craters and divots throughout. Contractors had to bring these numerous voids level to the adjacent concrete surface. Products used include Cement All, Concrete Mix, and LevelFlor.

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El Paso Zoo Makes a Splash

The completed entrance is approximately 600 sq ft of rock-like concrete that blends in with the natural settings of the El Paso Zoo. With less than two weeks to create the 14-ft-tall x 20-ft-wide x 4-ft-deep precast concrete entrance, Aquamatic Landscape was able to complete the project on time. Product used was Cement All.

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