Kari Yuers is the president and CEO of Kryton International. the world’s leading concrete waterproofing solutions provider. with distribution in over 40 countries. Her father, R.G. (Ron) Yuers, started the company as a small. family business in 1975. In the early days, Kari and her brother Kevin swept the factory Hours and applied labels on … Read More
Region is evolving from oil and gas into diversified business sectors When Kari Yuers’ business development manager suggested exporting to the Middle East, the CEO of Kryton International could hardly believe her ears. “I said, ‘Why would we go to the Middle East? We sell concrete waterproofing and that’s the desert.’ ” As it turned … Read More
Ontario Construction Report Sustainability has and will continue to grow within every industry, especially the construction industry, as we head into a future wrought with uncertainties. One of our greatest concerns as a global collective is the uncertainty of natural resources moving forward.
Krytonite Swelling Waterstop is part of a new waterproof joint design that combines both swelling waterbar with crystalline technology to achieve the ultimate protection for concrete construction joints against penetration of water, even under extreme hydrostatic pressures.
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SALES/MARKETING Kaja Salovsky has been appointed director of sales, global, at Kryton International Inc. and will be leading the company’s international sales team. Salovsky has more than 20 years of senior sales leadership experience; recent roles include executive director of sales at Essilor Canada, regional sales manager at Canwel Hardware and area sales director at … Read More
Thanks in part to the invention of the working elevator by Elisha Otis in l852 and humankind’s willingness to dream, the ability to construct buildings higher and higher became more possible. Without Otis’s innovation over a century and a half ago, the rise in popularity for tall structures may have been delayed. The innovation was … Read More
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In a building landscape where the expected lifespan of a structure is longer than usual, the durability of the materials that encompass the structure become more critical. Sustainability is key for any structures viability in today’s construction world, which means new technologies are of great value to not only the project teams, but also the … Read More
Sustainability has and will continue to grow within every industry especially the construction industry as we head into a future wrought with uncertainties. One of our greatest concerns as a global collective is the uncertainty of natural resources moving forward. According to P.K. Mehta’s ‘Concrete: Microstructure, Properties and Materials’, moving forward we need to build … Read More