Western Specialty Contractors - St. Louis Branch recently completed a project to...
Reviving One of the World's Most Beautiful Concrete Buildings
A $265 million plan would preserve the Trans World Flight Center at New York's...
BASF Partners with Concrete Preservation Institute to Preserve Alcatraz
Program develops future construction industry leaders and advances sustainable use...
Rapid Set Makes Emergency Repairs
Poor consolidation at the PT anchors left large voids.
San Francisco Tower Sinking but Safe
The developers of a controversial residential high rise that is sinking and...
New York Public Library Project Poses Unique Challenges
Learn how one solution delivered on the mandate of perfectly flat floors and zero...
Maintaining the Strength of Connecticut's Bridges
The state's bridges will benefit from a new repair method developed at UConn using...
Boston University School of Law, Boston
Aesthetics was important, which required the contractor to achieve the perfect...
Facing a Tight Schedule
The use of fast-setting grout benefitted the Highway J Bridge replacement project.
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.