Industrial floors and outdoor concrete slabs occur everywhere where commercial or industrial floor investment projects are being built or renovated. The technical condition and durability of the floor, as one of the parts of a facility subjected to the heaviest use, is of strategic importance to the building’s owner and operator, as the quality of the floor or concrete often directly impacts productivity.
Designing industrial floors, screeds, and concrete slabs at the licensing and working design levels Determination of the concrete slab, concrete reinforcement, and layer order optimal from a technical and economic aspect planning subbase and foundation layer orders.
Ensuring the suitable construction of the planned concrete slab and providing the necessary supervision to minimise the risk of errors. Determination of the compliance of the completed technical state during the handover process. Determination of the reasons for faults of existing industrial floors and repair technologies to be used.
Preparation of concrete technology instructions and a sampling and compliance certification plan for the concrete slab to be built, and checking the recipe. On-site supervision in the concreting process to minimise the risk of faults stemming from the properties of the concrete.
Determination of the causes of concrete slab faults using destructive and non-destructive testing and determining vicarious liability for the faults in the framework of expert opinion procedures. The use of ground-penetrating radar to examine soil structure changes due to broken pipes, water runoff, or other reasons.
The sale of steel and plastic fibres, crust reinforcement, post-treatment, grout, and joint sealant products, and repair materials for existing concrete structures. Expert consultancy services to find technically and economically optimal solutions.