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During construction of the Mt. Zion Road Traffic Circle, (Maryland State Highway Administration, District 7), the special colored stamped patterned concrete mix specified for the circles' apron developed a number of cracks just after placement.
Kaufman’s K Pro HP Grout was selected to create a durable and long-lasting epoxy grout on this marina's new boat launch ramp.
Hanover Street Bridge was constructed in 1916 and is a major artery from Anne Arundel County, (MD Rt. 2), into Baltimore City. Numerous potholes had developed due to the use of deicing salts that are used to keep the roadway open during the severe Winters experienced in the Region.
Scope of project: Encapsulate approximately 500 pilings with fiberglass and steel jackets, and then fill the annular space with SureGrout UW 8K and SureGrout UW cementitious underwater grouts manufactured by Kaufman Products.
Westpark Shopping Center was built in 1986. The concrete stairway leading to the professional offices on the second level began to show their age; stair treads, riser faces, and other miscellaneous areas exhibited considerable spalling and needed significant structural repairs.
Kaufman Products was approached by Masonry Resurfacing & Construction for a solution to repairing a salt storage facility. Due to greater than anticipated settlement of the foundation, cracks had developed and the builder needed an acceptable solution to remedy the situation.
When a local church took over a new building, many improvements were needed in order to bring the building to code compliance. One of the larger issues that needed to be addressed were the concrete steps leading to the building entrance. Over the years, water infiltrated through cracks in the concrete steps causing concrete spalling and exposing some of the reinforcing steel.
Eden Wood Preservers, a large wood preserving treatment company on the Eastern Shore of Maryland needed to seal its concrete “drip pad” area to prevent the chemicals used to treat and preserve wood from getting into the soil and water table through cracks that had developed in the concrete over the years.