This issue our feature story is on BC Hydro’s new sub-station; the new innovative building is built to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards and features a living wall, recycled building content, water efficient landscaping, energy efficient lighting and roofing as well as Kryton’s Concrete Waterproofing System. We also look at a massive repair job at a mine in South Africa completed with Kryton’s Krystol Crack Repair System.
Also covered in this issue:
• Five ways to make concrete more durable
• Why you should include Hydrostop Sealer on your next project
• Spotlight on the construction market in Canada
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