The completed US$6.8 million project was constructed by Gridor Construction, the project’s general contractor. During the planning phase, the project engineer at Short Elliot Hendrikson contacted Penetron for a reliable waterproofing solution for the new concrete elements of the WWTP. After reviewing the cost benefits, the simplified dosage with pre-measured soluble bags, and on-site technical support available from the local Penetron representative, PENETRON ADMIX SB was specified for the Madrid project.
Delivered in pre-measured soluble bags, PENETRON ADMIX SB was added to over 1,300 cubic yards (1,000 m3) of concrete by Hamilton Ready-Mix, the concrete supplier, and used for the floor slabs and walls of the water holding structures, the aero-mod treatment tank and the diversion structure.
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