Baltimore-Towson, MD

Contractor to Watch: Premier Concrete
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Contractor to Watch: Premier Concrete

Premier Concrete looks forward to serving the mid-Atlantic area for years to come. More

Belfast Valley Concrete: An Intricate Dance
Concrete Sails for Naval Officer
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Concrete Sails for Naval Officer

Armed with an MBA but no industry experience, entrepreneur and naval officer Greg... More

Answers for Today's Capital Construction Projects
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Answers for Today's Capital Construction Projects

At the Capital Projects Symposium in Baltimore, May 4-6, you will have the chance... More

Repairing Concrete Runways
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Repairing Concrete Runways

Elastomeric concrete has proven to be a durable repair material for concrete... More

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ICRI 2014 Certification Program

The International Concrete Repair Institute has announced the dates and locations for the association’s successful certification program – the Slab Moisture Testing Technician Certification, Grade I. More

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Repairs Using Cementitious Masonry Products

Commercial buildings constructed in the past 30 years experience a myriad of below-grade water infiltration problems at the lower levels, basements, and elevator pits. Fixing damages belowgrade prevents water problems. More

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Renovation of Baltimore's Historic Hippodrome Theater

Dealing with unexpected job conditions midway through a project is a challenge for any contractor, especially when there’s not enough time or money to make the changes. Because of its extensive experience and by using creativity and management skills, Structural Preservation Systems, Inc. (SPS), one of the specialty contractors for Baltimore’s historic Hippodrome Theater renovation, was able to meet the challenge head-on. By performing structural concrete repairs on this $56 million project, SPS helped set the stage for success. More

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Water Travel -The Baltimore Aquarium

The 65,000-square-foot addition to the National Aquarium in Baltimore is a 10-story structural concrete and glass building that began in September 2002. The specification called for the concrete to be placed in one monolithic pour to ensure a perfect finish. The solution was to use self-consolidating concrete (SCC) and pour the entire height of the columns in a single pour without vibration. More

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