Nick Leuci

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Waterproofing The World Trade Center Fountains

Posted by Nick Leuci on Aug 9, 2018 10:00:00 AM

When designers started to plan what would become North America’s largest man-made waterfalls (World Trade Center Memorial -WTC) in New York City, they faced a number of challenges. One of the biggest concerns was how to contain vast quantities of water while preventing infiltration into underground structures.  

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Topics: Concrete coating, World Trade Center Memorial, Concrete Waterproofing, Concrete Sealant

Common Waterproofing Mistakes are in the Details

Posted by Nick Leuci on Mar 28, 2018 1:01:00 PM

Waterproofing membranes, waterproofing coatings, and waterproof linings are terms that can be applied to a wide range of products.  They can be cold-applied liquid products, hot-applied products, peel-and-stick membranes or thermoplastic linings to name a few.  All these products provide a good barrier to water when used under proper circumstances.  So, why do so many installations leak?

 Left image: reinforcing fabric installation on a roof

 

The presence of leaks can almost always be attributed to poor attention to the waterproofing details, including:

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Topics: CIM blog topic, waterproofing tapes

Documenting Your Coating Application Is Important!

Posted by Nick Leuci on Sep 13, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Experienced contractors know that documenting the activities of a coating, lining or waterproofing application can be the key to a successful job.  The purpose of documentation is twofold:

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Topics: Blog, CIM blog topic, CIM Documentation

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