The club’s iconic clubhouse operates as a hub for the club’s surf lifesaving operations and as a venue for many community activities. However, with the passing of time, the building visibly deteriorated and no longer met the needs of its members. After demolition of the old building (without affecting the iconic façade), the $4.56 million upgrade began.
PENETRON ADMIX was specified for the foundation slab and retaining walls of the new clubhouse. Concrete treated with PENETRON ADMIX is impermeable to the corrosive chloride ions – and potential deterioration – prevalent in seawater. This protection against corrosion substantially extends the service life of reinforced concrete structures and protects them from the destructive effects of the marine environment.
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