SPRING 2010

Waterproof Magazine Fall 2008 Issue

Understanding Integral Waterproofing:
Instead of relying on membranes installed after the pour, integral waterproofing uses admixtures to make the concrete itself impenetrable to moisture. Some will self-heal minor cracking, too. It’s especially useful in highly corrosive environments and for blindside work.


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Options in Grout: Urethanes versus Epoxies:
These two types of products both have a place in concrete repair, but they are not interchangeable. We’ll cover the advantages and disadvantages of each, along with how this knowledge can improve your bottom line.

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Green Roofs as a Retrofit:
Despite the weight of living roofs, many are finding that existing buildings can be installed much more easily than previously thought. Case studies of both small and large jobs will illustrate solutions for soils, structural support, and waterproofing.

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