When it comes to concrete construction and repair, use of fast-setting cementitious materials is often the best way to ensure crews can work around the weather and more conventional challenges like traffic.
Repairing and restoring historic concrete often involves dealing with concealed conditions contributing to distress. This 1920s Pacific Northwest building features cast-in-place concrete façades finished with facing mortar.
Since October 2014, St. Louis’ Freedom Place (4011 Delmar Blvd.) has served as a ‘symbol’ of hope for those less fortunate. Constructed in 1928, the restored apartment building underwent major changes by the St. Louis Masonry branch of Western Specialty Contractors.
The Center for Green Schools at U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), along with 21st Century School Fund and National Council on School Facilities, released a report projecting a shortfall of $46 billion deficit in school funding, despite effort from local communities.