Getting On Level Footing With Industrial Concrete Flooring Contractors

Work place safety is of number one concern for any business. This can be even more important in warehouses and factories where heavy equipment, supply shelving, and machinery are used, and a misstep can spell disaster for the operator or worker. An even working surface helps to reduce risk and can also make production more […]

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Why Concrete Flooring Is A Great Option For Your Business

There are many different types of flooring that builders can choose from when deciding what type of materials they want to use for the foundation of their projects. From wood to tile to concrete, each material has its advantages and disadvantages. However many builders agree that for businesses and buildings that will see a heavy […]

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What Material Should You Use To Pave Your Parking Lot?

When most people think of parking lots and the areas that typically surround businesses and industrial buildings, they usually think of asphalt. They can be forgiven for thinking of this because it is one of the most common materials used. However there is an alternative to asphalt that people in the know give wide preference […]

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Finding A Qualified Concrete Flooring Contractor

Having the concrete flooring installed in the foundation of your construction project is one stage of the building process that is often overlooked or glossed over. This is a mistake however, as getting the best quality concrete flooring put in is an absolutely essential component of the construction process. The best way to ensure that […]

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Walsall’s waterfront achieves Level 3 under Code for Sustainable Homes

The transformation of Walsall’s waterfront includes 319 apartments and 22 houses, which achieved Level 3 under the Code for Sustainable Homes by utilising Icopal’s range of Monarfloor acoustic systems: Bridgestop, Isolation Strip and Tranquilt – a one-part system that reduces impact and flanking transmission within precast and insitu concrete floors – to meet the sustainable […]

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University of Oregon breaks ground on $50 million fitness facility

University of Oregon students have okayed a $50 million expansion of the Student Recreation Centre. The big project includes adding a three-court gym and the finished Student Recreation Centre will have polished concrete floors, and tile accents throughout. Ground-breaking is scheduled for July 10 and when construction is completed about 18 months hence, the difference […]

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Sustainable Oasis for Students

Products from Johnstone’s  Ecological Solutions range have ensured the new £24million Oasis Academy MediaCityUK in Salford is provided with a sustainable and durable finish for years to come, including heavy traffic areas such as the concrete floors. The Academy contains a wide variety of contrasting substrates, including new plastered and exposed concrete, softwood, metalwork, MDF […]

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Partnership formed between industrial concrete contractors

Two companies, Twintec Industrial Flooring and Llevell Laser Floors, have formed a strategic partnership for the design and construction of industrial concrete flooring throughout South Africa. The Twintec Group is recognised as a world leader in steel fibre reinforced concrete (SFRC) ‘jointless’ floor slabs design and construct in excess of 6 million m² worldwide each […]

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Floor Seal Technology Reduces Risk of Moisture-Related Concrete Floor Failure

Three large San Francisco hospital construction projects scheduled for completion between 2013 and 2015 are using floor seal technology to reduce moisture related concrete floor failure. These installations represent a combined total of more than one million square feet, bringing the total concrete floor treatment applications to more than 60 million square feet. When floor […]

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Precast Flooring Federation’s Code Expanded

The Precast Flooring Federation’s Code of practice has been expanded to embrace aspects not previously covered. Precast concrete floors offer excellent in use performance with respect to durability, acoustics, fire and thermal mass, and now installation by PFF members will be even safer. The manual handling operations regulations have been extended to incorporate noise and […]

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