Polyurethane Concrete Lifting

Aircraft Hanger Concrete Cracking

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationVilleneuve Airport
Client ProblemThe owner of this aircraft hangar was getting lots of cracking the concrete apron outside of the building. Poor drainage and had washed out most the base under the pad along the entire length of the hangar. This lack of support became clear when long rows of cracks became to form parallel to the building. Despite the cracking the concrete was yet to sink.
Back Patio

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationNorth Edmonton
Client ProblemClient’s back patio had settled up to 3.5” in towards the house. This would cause ice to build up at the rear door and pools of water to form in the Spring. With the water sitting right on the homes foundation she was very worried about leaking into the basement.
Big Step Left

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationSouth Edmonton
Client ProblemClient's walkway had sunk 6+" from his front steps creating a trip hazard and a negative curb appeal.
Building Entrance Bump

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationCentral - Edmonton
Client ProblemOur clients entrance into their building had developed quite the “bump” under the carpet and was creating a serious tripping hazard. We pulled back the carpet and discovered the concrete slab had cracked and sunk up to 4”.
Commercial Building Cracking and Sinking

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationEast Edmonton
Client ProblemThe owner of this large commercial building was experiencing some cracking and sinking just inside a overhead bay door and the man door next to it. It was a serious trip hazard, abut 1-1.5” low, and appeared to be getting worst as heavy forklift traffic used this door many times a day.
Commercial Building Lifting

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationEast - Edmonton
Client ProblemOur client had recently bought a large commercial building and was renovating to suit their manufacturing operations. A large section of the floor (200’x20’) had sunk towards the outside wall up to 4 inches and was unsuitable to build on.
Condo Settlement Fix

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationSherwood Park, Alberta
Client ProblemThis condo developer was having major settlement issues! The landscaping had settled over a foot from when it was installed. This created very large voids under walkways and driveways in the development. The concrete hadn’t settled as it was reinforced to the foundation with rebar. However we know from experience that the rebar alone cannot hold the concrete in place for the long term without support from under the pad. Over time this concrete was going to settle and crack.
Driveway Bump

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationSherwood Park, Edmonton
Client ProblemThe clients driveway had settled straight along the garage. There was now a bump between the driveway and garage that the homeowner needed fixed.
Front Entry

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationSouth Edmonton
Client ProblemClient's walkway had settled up to 6" from his front steps creating a dangerous trip hazard and liability concern.
Garage Pad Void Filling

Service TypePolyurethane Void Filling
LocationNorth Edmonton
Client ProblemGarage pad had voided out due to washout from a sump pump failure.
NAIT Ramp

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationNAIT - Edmonton
Client ProblemAccess ramp at busy door had settled from main stairs creating a large trip and making wheelchair navigation extremely difficult.
Office Space

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationWestern Alberta
Client ProblemThe owner of this retail/office building was experiencing major settlement along an exterior wall. The whole are sloped towards the wall, abut 3-4”, and appeared to be getting worst.
Residential Driveway Lift

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationWest Edmonton
Client ProblemThe left side of our clients driveway had sunk and created a large bump that made a thud when driving into his garage.
Steps and Walkway

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationSouth Edmonton
Client ProblemClient’s walkway had settled up to 4” from their front steps creating a dangerous trip hazard and liability concern. The cause was a large void that had formed under the walkway leaving the concrete unsupported.
Sunken Driveway

Service TypePolyurethane Concrete Lifting
LocationAthabasca, Alberta
Client ProblemThis client’s driveway into their Bodyshop had sunk at the bay entrance 3-4”. Poor drainage and compaction seemed to be to blame! They were using rubber mats to minimize the effect on the cars but needed a more permanent solution.