Resinous Flooring

Resinous Seamless Flooring is a layered liquid applied flooring over proper surface preparation that bonds and chemically hardens or cures (either epoxy, urethane, MMA, Polyurea or a composite with aggregates). It can be customized for each facility and application for containment, chemical resistance, thermal shock resistance, cleanability, or electro-static dissipation. These floors can be highly reflective, decorative with colored flake or colored quartz or natural aggregates with clear topcoats or solid colors. Thicknesses range from 5 mils to over a quarter of an inch. These are for manufacturing floors, food processing and kitchens, airplane hangars, machine shops, laboratories, pharmaceutical manufacturing, pool decks, locker rooms and bathrooms, or any floors that get a lot of abrasion or chemicals.


Waterproofing protects concrete structures and their contents from water intrusion whether below grade or above. Liquid applied, sheet applied, and mechanically fastened plastic liners can be used.

Traffic Coatings

Traffic Coatings protect a structure against chemical and water intrusion when applied over concrete decks with expansion, control, and construction joints and dynamic cracking of concrete decks. Up to a sixteenth of an inch width of dynamic cracks can be bridged by the elastomeric membrane with proper detailing.

Roof Coating

We install cold liquid applied fully adhered seamless elastomeric roofing on low slope roofing surfaces such as single ply, Built Up Roofing, or metal. After inspection, 10 or 20 year Joint and several warranties are available against leakage and failure. This system can often eliminate tear-offs and encapsulate asbestos-containing materials in place. Depending on the substrate applied to, ultra high wind resistance is a key feature.

Structural Strengthening

Concrete Bridges, Parking Garages, and Concrete Buildings can be brought up to current seismic code or be strengthened for change of use, or for blast resistance or simply longer lifespan. Using Structural Engineering with Carbon Fiber Fabric, Aramid or Kevlar Fabric, or E-Glass Fabrics combined with epoxy bonding and laminating resins over proper surface preparation desired strengthening can be achieved without significant weight or space intrusions.

Tank Linings

Tank linings protect the steel or concrete tank structure from corrosion by the contents whether acids such as nitric, hydrofluoric, sulphuric, hydrochloric or bases such as sodium bicorbonate, sodium hydroxide or the like. Contents of the tank can be at ambient or elevated temperatures. We perform excellent surface preparation for long-term adhesion. We install reinforced or unreinforced flake-filled vinyl esters, novolac epoxies, elasti-liner, or plastic liners such as PVC and HDPE. We are confined-space trained.

Plastic Liners

We install plastic liners over steel or concrete tanks and structures in Wastewater Treatment facilities, Chemical Storage facilities, Refineries, Metals manufacturing, Mining, storage lagoons or landfills. We install HDPE and PVC liners whether fully adhered, cast in place into the concrete (T-Lock and Studliner) or loose laid. We perform extrusion or fusion welding and vacuum and spark testing of plastic welds.

Concrete Repair

Strengthening of existing concrete columns, beams, shear walls, bridge decks or floor diaphragms using Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) for seismic upgrade, change of use, or to replace damaged, corroded, or missing steel reinforcing bars. This includes preformed pre-cured carbon fiber rod, tape, or plates. Systems are adhered using specially tested 100% solids epoxies. Design assistance is provided.

Epoxy injection to glue cracked concrete back together to original strength.

Urethane injection of cracks, joints, or rock pockets to stop water leaking through concrete.

Spall repairs by removal of damaged or loose concrete, creation of a proper repair cavity with required minimum dimensions and thickness including one inch behind exposed corroded rebar, followed by abrasive blasting steel rebar and corrosion inhibiting primers applied, followed by replacement of rebar with greater than 10% loss of cross section, and refilling of the cavity including proper rebar coverage with corrosion inhibiting polymer modified cementitious repair grout.