• Investigation
  • Epoxy Crack Injection
  • Gunite & Shotcrete
  • Spall Repair
  • Concrete Demoliton
  • Chemical Grouting
  • Cementitious Grouting
  • Soil Stabilization
  • Bentonite Injection
  • Pre/Post-tension Repairs
  • Equipment Baseplate Grouting
  • Structural Repair
  • Core Drilling
  • Surface PReparation
  • Slab Lifting
  • Leak/Water Infiltration Repair
  • Corrosion Repair/Control
  • Industrial Floor Repair
  • Sawing & Cutting
  • Toppings & Overlays
  • Hydro-Demoliton
  • Excavation
  • Architectural Concrete Cleaning

Epoxy Pressure Injection

Epoxy pressure injection is the process of injecting epoxy-based construction adhesives to bond concrete, and in some instances, laminated wood structural beams. In addition, epoxy pressure injection is often used to bond delaminations and fill voids under equipment base plates, providing 100 percent bearing capacity. This process also protects the rebar and stops leakage by creating an impervious seal to air, water, chemical, debris and other contamination. Click the link below to find out more!

Fiber Reinforced Polymers

Fiber-reinforced polymers (FRP) (also fiber-reinforced plastics) is a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibers. Externally or internally installed, FRP is engineered to increase the load capacity, strength and potentially provide protection from external environmental attack. FRP is also an effective way of regaining structural integrity in structures where internal reinforcing has been damaged, compromised or has been installed incorrectly. FRP can be applied to strengthen the beams, columns and slabs in buildings and bridges. Click the link below to find out more!


Gunite is the general term for the process of applying sprayed concrete. The process has been adopted as a construction/repair solution for tunnels, underground structures, slope stabilization, structural repairs and swimming pool construction. The process involves a mortar or small-aggregate concrete that is sprayed with air power onto surfaces at a high velocity. The force of the concrete spray consolidates and compacts the material and ensures that it adheres to the desired surface. Click the link below to find out more!


We practice three main types of Grouting: Chemical Grout Injection, Bentonite Injection and Grouting, and Precision Grouting. Applications for these include: Stopping water leaks in water retaining structure, Repairing Pipe Joints, Stabilization of Soils, Lifting Settled Slabs, and more. We go into more detail in our post about Grouting. Click the link below to find out more!

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