Structural Concrete Restoration for Infrastructure Projects
Traditional methods of blocking water penetration include sealers and coatings and provide short-term protection for concrete. Instead of correcting corrections, SURTREAT® purges and stabilizes contaminants while providing long term solutions. Our solutions migrate to the rebar in liquid and ionic phase and react to form a very stable passivating film. The solutions that SURTREAT® provides increase concrete’s hardness, durability and abrasion resistance. Surtreat® also increases the compressive, flexural, and tensile strength of the concrete.
Your Partner for Infrastructure Repair
SURTREAT® is the only company that develops, manufactures, and markets infrastructural repair products combined with testing, prescribing, applying, and verifying through a performance-based warranty.
Unlike alternative applications, our products were developed as a long-term, complete solution to mitigate the effects that destroys the composition of concrete. When you partner with SURTREAT®, you get more than a migratory corrosion inhibiting application that will extend your structures life. You also have a dedicated team that will work with you from start to finish to ensure the proper application and provide detailed concrete testing and reporting.
Our Infrastructural Concrete Repair Services Exist Within:
- Gas & Liquid Pipelines
- Hazardous Materials Storage
- Environmental Remediation
- Treatment Storage & Disposal
- Hazardous Material Storage (Other)
- Industrial Facility
- Marine Projects
- Public Transportation
- Subway Systems
- Parking Structures
Structural Restoration Projects
Ocean City Longport Bridge
The Ocean City Longport Bridge in New Jersey had visual micro-cracking in the bridge deck concrete. This micro-cracking occurred the entire length even though the bridge had only been in service for less than a year.
Turnpike Bridge EB-526
Turnpike had bridge deterioration and increasing structure life back in the mid-90s. Some signs of rebar corrosion and deterioration were present. The bridge deck was an asphalt surface over reinforced concrete.
Railroad overpass had concrete deck failure; surface failure, rebar corrosion and exposure, and concrete spalling. Failure was consistent with chloride contamination and chemical breakdown of the concrete.