Conquering the Big Three Concrete Problems

This closeup of a shrinkage-compensating concrete truck terminal approach apron shows monolithic pavement with no contraction joints, shrinkage cracking, edge curling, or deterioration from delamination.

A typical conventional concrete big-box store or warehouse floor placement features 2700 linear ft. of sawcut contraction joints (indicated in red).

The same warehouse floor placement, using shrinkage-compensating concrete, eliminatesthe 2700 lineal ft. of contraction joints and results in a state-of-the-art floor with no shrinkage cracking or joint edge curling, and a more durable, longer-lasting floor.

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