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Building Structure & Facade Profile's

Wasatch Building
Hill Tunnel Waterproofing
Tenth Ward Planters

Problem: The masonry foundation on the north-side of the building had a below grade water intrusion problem.

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Taylor’s Landing

Problem: Ground water was leaking into the office and retail spaces located below grade. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Second Ward Chapel

Problem: The bricks and mortar were showing signs of deterioration and water intrusion. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Problem: Lack of protection when backfilling had caused tears in the waterproof membrane. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

The Weber Center

Problem: Water was leaking from the pedestrian area thru the ceiling into the facility’s below-grade office space.

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Kearns Building

Problem: The building’s wooden window frames and sashes had areas of decay, and the bricks and mortar were showing signs of deterioration and water intrusion. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Problem: The planters were leaking water, which was causing freeze-thaw damage to the sandstone exterior.

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Gateway Wall Repair

Problem: Deteriorating masonry wall and capstones along the perimeter of building were repaired and coated with a waterproof membrane system. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Oquirrh School

Problem: The Oquirrh School’s exterior had missing mortar, movement cracks in the bricks, and failed caulking around the window frames. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Mont Cervin Balconies

Problem: deteriorated wood members on eleven balconies. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Park Side Tower

The walls of the exterior of the building were allowing water to penetrate into some occupied offices. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Promenade Center

CRS Removed and replaced delaminated concrete.
Routed, caulked and sealed cracks and joints.
Repaired damaged beams, ceiling and columns. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here: