Concrete Repair Bulletin – January/February 2006 A few blocks away from Seattle’s world-famous Pioneer Square, situated in the triangle formed by Fifth Avenue, Yesler Way, and Terrace Street, the Yesler Building has played a key role in the city’s history for nearly 100 years.
Vancouver, B.C. – An innovative new shoring wall design is creating a lot of buzz within the construction industry. Pioneered by Atlanta’s ABE Enterprises, the “ABE wall” is built from the top down, and generates significant savings in time and construction costs.
Parking, A Publication of the National Parketing Association – April 2005 An innovative concrete waterstop application is changing the way concrete construction joints are waterproofed. Known as the Krystol Waterstop System™, the application replaces conventional waterstop barriers, saving construction time and costs while providing two lines of defense to protect construction joints.
Construction Business – March/April 2005 WATERPROOFING IS ESSENTIAL for preventing water damage and preserving the integrity of any concrete structure. When it comes to concrete tanked structures, however, effective and reliable waterproofing is doubly critical.
Change Order – A Publication of the Construction Specification Institute (Chicago Chapter) – April 2005 A worldwide patent for a new innovative waterstop application is currently pending. The system, known as the Krystol Waterstop System™ replaces conventional waterstop barriers, saving construction time and costs while providing two lines of defense to protect construction joints.
Concrete International – April, 2005 “for her continuing contributions to ACI and the concrete industry: especially toward the improvement of construction specifications; her mentoring of younger members and students; and active participation on the ACI technical committees and local Chapter activities.”
Concrete Monthly Magazine – April, 2005 A patent-pending concrete waterstop application is changing the way concrete construction joints are waterproofed.
Journal of Commerce – March, 2005 The Journal is celebrating the achievements of women in the construction industry. The 13 women profiled, all took the path less travelled and all agree that the industry offers many opportunities for a satisfying career, whether it be as an architect, engineer, electrician or project manager. Through perseverance and … Read More
Arab Construction World – January/ February, 2005 Krystol Eliminated Waterproofing Worries in Concrete Construction Joints
Concrete Repair Bulletin – January/ February, 2005 Located in the East New York section of Brooklyn, the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity was built in 1935. Constructed in a traditional Byzantine style, the masonry structure features large, onion-shaped domes, semi-circular arches, and high arched windows.