In January, Kryton representative John Andersen presented a seminar on crystalline watertight concrete systems and sustainable concrete specifications to a sold-out audience at PBX21.
Much of this seminar’s success can be credited to how far sustainable concrete practices have advanced. No longer are design and construction teams required to use surface-applied coatings, sealers, and membranes to keep concrete buildings leak-free and resistant to damage caused by erosion and abrasion. Nowadays, there are integral solutions that can make this protection permanent in a more cost-effective and sustainable manner, which John’s seminar went into great depths to explore.
In order to continue sharing insights on the benefits of these solutions, Kryton is pleased to return to PBX22 on November 18 in Honolulu, Hawaii. There, John will be available at Booth D51P as our subject matter expert to answer all your questions and discuss your project needs. To provide more information on the unique challenges and opportunities in Hawaii, Kryton-authorized distributor OK Hardware will also be at the show at Booth D50.
Both booth personnel look forward to offering their expertise to any building and design professionals at the event, so don’t hesitate to stop by and increase your concrete knowledge.
For more details, go to pbxhawaii.com.