The Pentagon Renovation restores or replaces all building system components. Concrete repair, both interior and exterior, is a fundamental and necessary part of the renovation. PENREN, the governing agency for the renovations, dictated the repairs must last 50 years. Products used include Concrete Mix and Mortar Mix.
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.
Tri-State Underlayments/Franz Floors only had four days to restore 1,200 sq ft of the existing flooring before interior framing began. For this reason, the contractor chose to use Rapid Set cement products to install the flooring, because they set quickly to produce 3,000 psi in one hour and full strength of 8,000 psi in one day. Products used include Concrete Mix, FLOW Control, SET Control, TXP Primer, TRU Self-Leveling.
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.
The retailer wanted an aesthetically pleasing surface that could withstand the high traffic of both customers and their pets. Work had to be scheduled around store hours, with the floor ready for foot traffic by the time the store opened for business each morning. Product used was Concrete Mix.
John Deere's McDonough distribution center’s concrete floor had become uneven over time, with large hollow areas (holes) forming where joints met. Since the business of getting needed parts to customers could not be disrupted, repairs had to be done quickly and during limited time frames each day. Product used was Concrete Mix.
A refrigerator floor in Honor Foods’ busy Springfield, Mass. location needed repairs. The work needed to be done with minimal downtime to not disrupt services or damage perishable foods. Product used was Concrete Mix.
The George Washington Bridge carries more than 106 million vehicles a year, making it the world’s busiest motor-vehicle bridge. The pothole-riddled north- and south-bound access ramps that connect the bridge to New York State Route 9A needed to be repaired. The Port Authority needed to reopen the busy ramps in a timely manner to not disrupt traffic patterns. Products used include Concrete Mix and DOT Cement.
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.