The Hudson River's tides from Hurricane Sandy breached the sea wall in New York's Westchester County.
The walls contain a Krystol Internal Membrane, crystalline admix, to reduce concrete's permeability.
The now-protected mechanical room, from above. During Hurricane Sandy the room took 2.5 feet of flooding.
The inner workings of the mechanical room. The restructuring was executed by Weidlinger Associates and WSP Flack Kurtz.
The outside formed corners, poured monolithically with wood furring that will be removed to eventually receive the crystalline waterstop keyway.