Concrete Articles

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Temperature Effects on Installing Epoxies

Product, surface, and air temperatures affect the installation of epoxy, polyaspartic, and urethane coatings. Too high or too low can change the degree of success.

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New Waterproofing Solution for New England Tower

Pierce Property Services was already on site at the Kenmore Towers when they learned of another concern — this one being a leaky mezzanine deck, in need of a waterproofing solution.

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Meat Processing Facility Rehab

A sausage processing facility was showing signs of deterioration, corrosion, and bacteria growth on its ceilings and within its coolers. This coatings contractor battled cold temperatures to apply a long-lasting coatings solution with minimal downtime.

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Waterproofing the New Glassell School of Art Campus

A new art school in Houston, Texas, required several different types of waterproofing. A local crew worked carefully — even artfully — with other trades to help seal the school’s walkable green roof, parking garage, plaza, and much more

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Bleacher View: Historic Stadium Gets Ready for Game Day

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, aka “The Greatest Stadium in the World,” underwent a multi-million-dollar renovation. A local coatings team was brought in for spall repairs, sealant removal and replacement, and urethane traffic coating installation — just in time for football season.

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Vivarium Floor Calls for Complex Coatings

The newly built vivarium at the University of California, Riverside required a seamless, non-slip floor that would be resistant to chemicals, organic and inorganic materials, and much more. A contractor and coatings manufacturer teamed up to deliver the solution.