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CCL tackles corrosion at SUNY

Cathodic protection was the preferred solution when corrosion was discovered in a pedestrian bridge and a podium slab at the State University of New York, Plattsburgh. Rehabilitation work was carried out in two phases and required meticulous preparation to ensure successful installation. Using GPR, CCL identified the location of existing reinforcement within the structural members […]

Tank Waterproofing in Maryland

A major upgrade at the Patuxent Water Reclamation Facility in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA is currently underway which includes the construction of new containment structures and the refurbishment of existing tanks. CCL is carrying out the application of crystalline waterproofing treatment to nine tanks. The waterproofing is designed to react with cement particles and […]

CCL supplies its voided slab for Higgs Innovation Centre

As part of an exciting new development, The Higgs Centre for innovation is a £10 million space technology centre funded through the UK Government. The original design of the building comprised a conventional 400 mm reinforced solid concrete slab on the second level. After a value engineering exercise to reduce concrete consumption and the building’s […]

Carol Hayek’s contributions recognised

Carol Hayek, CCL’s Chief Technical Officer, has been awarded the James R. Cagley Medal for Most Active Technical Committee Chair for 2017, in her capacity as a member of the Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI) Technical Advisory Board (TAB). The TAB presents awards annually to individuals who have gone beyond the normal scope of work and provided […]

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