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A geotechnical report is an invaluable tool for any commercial building and infrastructure project. This detailed site condition report is essential not only for understanding the mechanical properties of the site but for assessing the risk factors for water infiltration and understanding the soil composition, including whether the soil contains any harmful chemicals or gases....
Waterproofing is a critical step in building construction, but what can you do to make the process go quickly and smoothly? Here are some quick tips for streamlining waterproofing application: Consider liquid waterproofing Depending on the project, you may be able to apply waterproofing much faster with a liquid-applied waterproofing product than with a sheet-applied...
Waterproofing basements and other below ground spaces takes special considerations. Here are five points to consider when specifying waterproofing for these spaces. Investigate the water table level and assess the risk of rising ground water levels due to high rainfall or flooding. Unexpected rising ground water levels will increase the hydrostatic pressure on the waterproofing...
Tanking – also referred to as below ground waterproofing – involves the application of a waterproofing barrier to the walls, the base slab and in some cases to the roof of the below ground structure. The goal of waterproof tanking is to encase the entire envelope of the below ground structure to protect it from...
20 July 2018 - 14:51, by , in Waterproofing, Waterproofing Singapore, No comments
It’s no surprise that concrete has become the material of choice across the globe for commercial and residential basement construction. Yet, concrete is porous and susceptible to cracking, leading to water ingress that can shorten the service life of a building and result in insurance and litigation expenses from water damage claims. In fact, a...
Waterproofing protects your structure and the assets within it against damaging moisture, humidity, and floods. Although waterproofing systems account for a small fraction of the cost of an overall building project, if the wrong solution is chosen or it’s installed improperly, the costs of remediation can be tremendous. Risk of water ingress Usually the amount...
26 June 2018 - 15:00, by , in Waterproofing, Waterproofing Singapore, No comments
The issue of ceiling leaks dragging on for months and even years without being resolved due to uncooperative neighbours has been in the news recently, with Minister of National Development Khaw Boon Wan calling for more power to be given to the Housing Development Board (HDB) to enter flats to carry out repairs. So what...
Pre-applied waterproofing membranes that bond integrally to poured concrete for use below slabs or behind basement walls on confined sites Product Description PREPRUFE® 300R Plus & 160R Plus membranes are unique composite sheets comprised of a thick HDPE film, pressure sensitive adhesive and weather resistant protective coating. Designed with Advanced Bond Technology™ and a dual...
SINGAPORE: It will be a wet start to the month of May, with moderate to heavy thundery showers forecast by the Meteorological Service of Singapore. In an advisory on Wednesday (May 2), the Met Service said rain is expected mostly in the afternoon on six to eight days during the first half of the month. “On a few...