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What Happens to Concrete When the Temperatures Drop Below Freezing?

While concrete is a durable material, without proper protection it is at risk of damage in certain situations, for example when temperatures drop...

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High Rise Brutalism in the Spotlight

While the popularity of brutalist architecture and building design was relatively short-lived in the scheme of things, the impact it had in the...

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Heritage Project at Cambridge University

Concrete Renovations Ltd recently completed the external masonry restoration work at Fen Court, part of Peterhouse College, Cambridge University....

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Concrete Ramp Resurfacing

Feb 11 2016

This new concrete disabled access ramp at a school in London had an unsuitable finish for the clients' needs.

Concrete Ramp Surfacing

Concrete Ramp Surfacing

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Concrete Ramp Renovations

Concrete Renovations Ltd were called in to rectify the problem.

Firstly the surface needed to be scabbled down to a minimum of -6mm to allow for the new material. The concrete was then resurfaced using Sikatop 77 a hard wearing, high performance, heavy duty screed.

A non-slip surface was achieved by drawing a soft brush across the uncured material.

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