Waterproofing a Deep Foundation with Integral Admixtures

By Greg Maugeri   Bayonne is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey. Located just north of Staten Island,  Bayonne is situated on a...

Roofing America’s Largest Buildings

by Vanessa Salvia Enormous roofs—such as this one covering Ford Field in Detroit—require exceptional planning, logistics, and...

Drain Tiles and Footing Drains

by Vanessa Salvia Water is heavy. Four feet of water exerts nearly 300 pounds of pressure per square foot of wall. This pressure, called...

Options for Underslab Waterproofing

By Ashley Gee Perm Ratings and Puncture Resistance – Striking the Right Balance for Optimum Performance The use of underslab vapor...

Spring 2019 News

In February, winners were chosen for the Contractor Project of the Year competition. The annual event highlights excellence in roofing installation....

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Waterproofing a Deep Foundation with Integral Admixtures

By Greg Maugeri   Bayonne is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey. Located just north of Staten Island,  Bayonne is situated on a peninsula with Newark Bay to the west and New York Bay to the east. It’s basically surrounded by water.  Developers wanted to...

Options for Underslab Waterproofing

By Ashley Gee Perm Ratings and Puncture Resistance – Striking the Right Balance for Optimum Performance The use of underslab vapor retarders/barriers has long been regarded as an effective, economical way to control moisture migration through concrete. The...

Roofing America’s Largest Buildings

by Vanessa Salvia Enormous roofs—such as this one covering Ford Field in Detroit—require exceptional planning, logistics, and craftsmanship.   Roofing is a challenging job.  It requires skill, strength and experience. Often, workers are installing roofs in...

Drain Tiles and Footing Drains

by Vanessa Salvia Water is heavy. Four feet of water exerts nearly 300 pounds of pressure per square foot of wall. This pressure, called hydrostatic pressure, is the force of water pressing against slabs or walls below the water table. A basement footing...

Spring 2019 News

In February, winners were chosen for the Contractor Project of the Year competition. The annual event highlights excellence in roofing installation. The competition is organized by Sika Sarnafil, a major manufacturer of thermoplastic roofing and waterproofing...

Residential Below Grade

Drying Out a Waterfront Crawlspace

By Vincent Boccia This was not just any crawlspace – it was a crawlspace located within 30 feet of the Great Peconic Bay, on Long Island, New York. The north fork of the bay is home to the island’s well-known wineries, and its south fork is where New York City...

Commercial Above Grade

Structural Repairs

Carbon Fiber for Structural Repair

By Vanessa Salvia Carbon fiber is being used around the world to repair and strengthen concrete. Here, a roof deck on the island of Mauritius is being repaired after a catastrophic fire.  Carbon fiber is the strongest man-made material in the world. That...

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