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Concrete Rehab Files

News: Working at Ground Zero

Published Year: 2002

  • As the recovery and rebuilding of New York City continues, new problems and challenges continue to present themselves at Ground Zero.

Brochure: Chemical Grout Stops Leaks in Concrete Structures. Permanently.

Published Year: 2000

  • Leaks in concrete structures keep coming back unless they are permanently sealed with chemical grout.

Flyer: We Stopped a River with Chemical Grout!

Published Year: 2000

  • When they designed our 300,000 square-foot office building, the engineers knew it would be built over an underground river. After all, the river has been there for at least 20,000 years, but they thought the flow would stop in the dry season.

Case Study: Leaks Stopped in Airport Tunnel

Published Year: 1998

  • At George Bush Intercontinental Airport (Houston, TX), the physical plant is connected to the passenger terminals by a tunnel. Cracks had developed in the ceiling of the tunnel, and by summer 1997, water was pouring into the tunnel and onto the pipes.

Magazine Article: Chemical Grout Stops Leaks

Published Year: 1998

  • Since its development in the early 1950s, chemical grout has been used to stop water movement through soils in mines, earthen dams, and excavation sites. It is also extremely effective in stopping leaks in buried structures.