Xypex: Concrete Waterproofing with Crystalline Technology

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Crystalline waterproofing improves concrete durability, lowers maintenance costs, and extends building lifecycles From building foundations, elevator pits, floor slabs, and exterior precast panels to water treatment facilities and underground urban infrastructure, concrete is the most commonly used construction material.

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An Education on Masonry: Designing schools with the construction process in mind

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Masonry may be one of the oldest construction methods, but it maintains its viability in the modern world, offering durability combined with low maintenance needs. Various building types use masonry as their primary method of construction, and even for those that do not, the serviceability of Division 04 materials makes it a popular choice for areas such as stair and elevator shafts and foundations.

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Weighty Matters: An overview of in-situ load testing

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In-situ load testing is a powerful tool to assess the performance of structures with respect to their ability to carry code-prescribed loads. The practice dates back to the late 1800s and has been used to verify the load rating of structures, as well as the expected performance of structures in retrofit, repair, and strengthening applications.

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