The Central Texas Corridor serviced by a local Municipal Authority was feeling the effects of a massive housing boom. To service the needs of the growing community, the Authority embarked on a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility expansion.
An element of this massive expansion effort was to repair and restore existing concrete vessels that would be integrated into the new system. Based on a referral, the construction team contacted Jeans Waterproofing of Texas to tackle the restoration.
Damaged concrete on the tank lid was carefully removed using man lifts to access the area, while not interfering with other site activities. These areas were then replaced with a high-strength polymer concrete material. Structural cracks in the roof of the structure were cleaned and pressure-injected with a low-viscosity structural material to provide strength. All non-structural cracks and control joints were sealed with a high-performance polyurethane sealant system. The project was topped off with a non-slip elastomeric coating system to waterproof and protect the refurbished vessels.
The project was completed on schedule and within the budget guidelines. Jeans Waterproofing of Texas is a full-service restoration and moisture-control specialist that services industrial and commercial facilities.