Arab Construction World – October, 2007 An innovative technology is changing the way concrete structures around the world are waterproofed and repaired. Used for more than 30 years worldwide, “Integral Crystalline Waterproofing (ICW)” utilizes a chemical reaction to turn concrete into a permanent, waterproof barrier.
Civil Engineering and Construction Review – October, 2007 CE&CR: What are the problems due to cracking of concrete? U.K.K.: Cracks help in the penetration of water carrying soluble salts through them. The penetrated soluble salts may corrode reinforcement. This reduces the life span of the structure.
The Concrete Producer – September 2007 Every newcomer is a little nervous at his first association meeting. “Get over the shyness,” says Kari Yuers, president and CEO of Kryton Group of companies, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Journal of Commerce – September, 2007 The sound of the live rock music from band Nearly Neil cemented the grand opening of the Kryton Group of Companies’ new 35,000-square foot manufacturing, warehouse and office building on East Kent Ave. Sept. 14 with more than 200 clients turning up to dance, dine and do the plant … Read More
Business in Vancouver – September, 2007 Her family’s Kryton International Inc. has pioneered a growing global construction sector market for the company’s waterproofing technology
Concrete Repair Bulletin – July/ August, 2007 Kari L. Yuers was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Kryton Group of Companies, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in 2001 after serving the company in a number of capacities, including General Manager and Vice President, Technical Services, for 10 years.
The Masterbuilder – June 2007 A UNIQUE CRYSTALLINE TECHNOLOGY is changing the way concrete structures around the world are repaired and waterproofed. Integral crystalline waterproofing provides a more permanent, cost-effective alternate to conventional waterproofing methods.
Concrete International – May 2007 Even before its completion, concrete cracks threatened the successful opening of the Aura Tower, a new luxury high-rise in Zapopan, Mexico. With the grand opening fast approaching, workers found that the facility’s swimming pool had numerous shrinkage cracks (Fig. 1) that were allowing water to leak into the structure below.
Construction World – April 2007 Your site has been excavated and the foundation footings placed. You’re ready to begin the formwork and pour the concrete. Or are you? The excavation has left little room to strip the forms, much less apply a water or damp-proofing membrane after surface preparation.
Arab Construction World – March 2007 Knowledge Village is an upscale area in Dubai located close to Internet City, Media City and the Dubai Marina. The Village is well known for representing some of the world’s most reputed academic institutes and colleges in one geographical area. Inside Knowledge Village, next to Sheikh Zayed Road, (one … Read More