I have always agreed with Robert's position, Perhaps that is why
I read through this article as hard as I did. It really surprised
me that a major project would take the chance(s) involved with
this project. I remember making the comment, "an awful lot of
eggs in a pretty thin basket."
December issue of Building Design + Construction by the Reed group
Concrete That Fears Water No More
Boy, did I misremember the where. How about Seattle? University
of Washington School of Medicine.
They used Hycrete of New Jersey (maybe that's where I got the east
coast). They mention extra care required for water stop at
They reference Hycrete: http://www.hycrete.com /
This site has the text of the article, sorry no pictures.
The other type and system mentioned is the Australian based
Cementaid's Everdure Caltite:
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
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