Seawalls serve an important purpose in regards to shoreline protection and adjacent structure stability. Over time though, hydrostatic pressure, storm surges, and aging seawalls will require routine … [Read more...] about Seawall Repair Part 1: Flowable Fill vs Polyurethane Resin
When deciding on a repair plan for your commercial facility, no matter the type of repair, one very important factor to consider is downtime. That old expression “time is money” is not a joke, … [Read more...] about Polyfoam – Less Downtime and Increased Bottom Line
One of the most common questions we hear in regards to our concrete lifting division is, “How do you keep from over lifting?” Obviously, foam is expanding under the surface and in most cases; the … [Read more...] about How is Polyfoam lifting monitored?
Over the last few weeks, we have been in and out of several different sites where heavy equipment was present. Not only was there heavy equipment, but there were heavy loads being moved by said … [Read more...] about Heavy Equipment and Rocking Slabs
I would venture to say water is a part of each of our daily lives. As necessary as it is, water can also cause serious structural mishaps and serious inconvenience by way of a water leak. Water … [Read more...] about Leak Sealing With Chemical Grouting
Polyfoam is not just for concrete and it does not always refer to expanding foam (check out our Polyfoam blog). Typically, settled concrete is most noticeable and it is easier to understand how … [Read more...] about Earthen Dam Repair
The hardest part of a major repair in a commercial facility is shutting down production, especially when heavy equipment is sitting on the slab to be repaired. Not only do you have the cost of … [Read more...] about The Total Repair Plan
Case Study - Tabor Management - Starkville, Mississippi BACKGROUND Tabor Management is a residential and commercial property management company located in Starkville, MS, home of Mississippi … [Read more...] about Case Study/Tabor Management
Clear Expectations and Experience Indicators While on a recent project, we visited with a contractor in a different line of work than us. The nature of this contractor’s business puts him in and … [Read more...] about Ask Questions..