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Parking Structure Profile's

Trolley Corners Parking Structure

Problem: Repair two supporting precast tees and the installation of steel support braces. Delaminated concrete surfaces of parking deck were repaired. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Glenwood Parking 
Structure

CRS mechanically removed delaminated concrete overlay from the upper deck of the parking structure. Rebar was drilled and pinned into the precast tees to help control excessive movement. New expansion joints were then installed. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

UVRMC West Parking

New expansion joints were installed to replace existing, worn joints. Imperfections in the concrete surface were repaired using concrete mortar. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Walker Center Parking Structure

The structure’s traffic coating was losing the non-slip finish on the lower-level ramps. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

One Utah Parking Ramp

The ramp walls had problems with deteriorating concrete around the imbedded guardrails. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

222 South Main Parking
Structure
Small Heading

CRS was selected to install a  protective waterproof membrane on 149,000 sq. ft of new concrete surface in the multi-level parking structure.

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Embassy Suites

Problem: The facility’s parking structure had problems with ponding water on the bottom, middle and top levels. Additionally, many of the structure’s pre-cast tee corbels were severely water damaged. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Brodway Building

The existing surface coating on the concrete was showing signs of wear. Adhesion tests were performed to insure the new coating would bond with the pre-existing surface coat. I'm a paragraph. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

China Bridge Parking

This parking structure consists of multi-directional, post tensioned slabs, supported by concrete shear walls and columns. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Inter Mountain 
Medical Center

CRS installed a waterproofing membrane system to 3 levels of the 4 level parking structure to provide a water tight surface to protect new concrete from water and salt penetration and help prevent corrosion to post tension cables.If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

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Irving Schoolhouse
Parking Structure

CRS repaired delaminated concrete surfaces of parking deck, supporting precast tees, concrete beams and removed and replaced the existing expansion joints. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

First American

Problem: The entrance and exit ramp to the upper level of the parking structure had settled several inches, causing a pedestrian, traffic, and water intrusion problem for the owners. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Oakbrook Building Parking Terrace

The structure had problems with deteriorating concrete on the top-level parking areas, on the stairs and on a column. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Post Tension Cable Repairs

Post Tension Cables are stressed at approximately 30,000 lbs. or about one (1) inch of elongation per 10 feet. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here:

Union Park Complex

The Union Park Complex restoration project was completed in multiple phases over a 3 year period which included replacement of expansion joints, repairs to post tension cables, installing a traffic bearing membrane to approx.150,000 sq. ft. of concrete surface at UP5 and UP6. If you would like to learn more about this project click the link here: