Concrete International – November 2006 Pioneered by ABE Enterprises of Atlanta, GA, the “ABE wall” is a shoring wall built from the top down. By combining the steps typically involved in building a shoring wall, it generates significant savings in time and construction costs.
Construction World – October 2006 While joints play a vital role in fortifying concrete structures, they represent the most vulnerable part of the structure from a waterproofing perspective. Without an effective joint waterproofing system (known as a waterstop system), it’s not a matter of if a joint will leak, but when.
Concrete International – October 2006 Karl L. Yuers was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Kryton Group of Companies in 2001 after serving the company in a number of capacities, including General Manager and Vice President, Technical Services, for 10 years.
Concrete International – August 2006 In this month’s CI Special Products & Practice Showcase, we highlight a variety of waterproofing and sealing materials. To obtain more information about a specific product or products, use our reader service inquiry system and the appropriate circle number given with the item or items of choice in the Showcase.
Concrete Repair Bulletin – July/ August 2006 No matter how carefully you build and maintain your concrete structure, it’s not a matter of if cracks will occur, but when. At best, concrete cracks are an unattractive nuisance. At worst, they lead to leaks that can damage the interior of the building, corrode steel reinforcements, and … Read More
BC BUSINESS – June 2006 OK, what’s the big secret? What do B.C.’s superstar entrepreneurs know that the rest of us haven’t figured out? Well, for starters, this province’s heavy hitters chart their own course and make up the rules along the way
Construction World – June 2006 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” utilizes a chemical reaction to turn concrete into a permanent, waterproof barrier.
Concrete & Masonry Construction Products – May 2006 Kryton International’s Krystol™ Waterstop System has been recognized with a Most Innovative Product (MIP) award (Building Systems and Materials category) from Hanley Wood and the World of Concrete 2006 Most Innovative Products competition.
The Globe and Mail – April 2006The Globe and Mail – April 2006 As a boy, Ron Yuers worked with a family friend who was a builder, so he was drawn to the construction industry when he launched his first business after coming to Vancouver in 1969.
Permanent Buildings and Foundations – April 2006 New products have the shelf life of an open can of sardines. We never do get to share all we see before they become old hat. So rather then spread them issue by issue over the year on our Quick Release pages we thought we would show you our favorites … Read More