Southeast Asia Construction – Jul-Aug 2009 Emirate Airlines recently constructed a seven-storey building to house the company’s call centre operations in the Dubai Outsource Zone (DOZ), the UAE.
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The Province – 7 July 2009 In response to recent remarks by U.S. president Barack Obama regarding “…new concrete materials that last longer and are waterproofed from the inside out…”
Global TV – 6 July 2009 In response to recent remarks by U.S. president Barack Obama regarding “…new concrete materials that last longer and are waterproofed from the inside out…” Global TV interviews Kari Yuers, Kryton’s President & CEO about Kryton’s own Integral Concrete Waterproofing technology. Also, news in The Province newspaper.Download the article in The … Read More
Concrete – June 2009 “Integral systems block the passage of water from both the positive and negative sides by working from within the concrete.”
In a recent speech from the Whitehouse, US President, Barack Obama cited “…new concrete materials that last longer and are waterproofed from the inside out, and that can mean that bridges and roads and buildings can last 20 or 30 years longer than using conventional concrete…”
Southeast Asia Construction – May-Jun 2009 Kryton International has developed a new cost-effective curing compound, Easy-Cure, which can enhance the strength, durability and water-resistance of freshly finished concrete.
Concrete Technology Today – VOL.2 2009 Waterproofing is an essential step in preventing water damage and preserving the integrity of concrete structures. In the case of concrete water tanks, ensuring effective, reliable waterproofing is even more critical.
Concrete Plant International (North America Edition) – April 2009 Kryton International Inc., Barbados, USA When it comes to resorts, there is nothing quite like The Atlantis Hotel. Beginning with its location on the outer pinnacle of Palm Jumeirah, the world renowned man-made island
Business in Vancouver – Profitability – April, 2009 As the economy dips into recession, many business leaders struggle to find new ways to keep their companies afloat, but experts say honesty may be the best strategy.