A new underground concrete electrical vault was built as part of the renovation and upgrade of the Dane County Courthouse, a 225,000 ft2 mixed-use municipal facility which houses the District Attorney’s Office and the Dane County Circuit Courts, as well as a jail. The vault is part of the electrical network that serves both the County Courthouse and the jail, housed in the same building on South Hamilton Street in the central district of Madison, Wisconsin.
PENETRON ADMIX SB was used in the concrete mix for the foundation slab and walls of the electrical vault. PENETRON ADMIX SB is a permanent concrete waterproofing solution. Once added to the concrete mix, the admixture’s active ingredients react in a catalytic reaction to the moisture in concrete.
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