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PROJECT

exteriors

shrink, it has a low volatile organic com-

BEM one-component waterproofing membrane for

pound (VOC) content, and a very low odor.

sealing around brackets, rebar, and conduits.

Reported to not crack in extreme cold or

It didn't take long to see the effect of the products.

slump due to softening at high temperatures,

Shortly after the waterproofing was done, the area re-

it can be used on interior or exterior concrete

ceived a large amount of rain. The top slab had not yet

surfaces. The product can be used for above-

been put on, but all components remained dry. CA

and below-grade applications where protection from water intrusion is desired.
The major portion of the job involved
50,000 sq. ft. of split-slab waterproofing expansion for the concourse area.
"With a minimum of two people and
sometimes as many as eight, we were water-

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proofing about 4,000 to 5,000 square feet a
day," said Falley. "We would do one 90-mil

Cold-applied Hydralastic 836 was used on the north end stadium concourse.

coat of Hydralastic 836, let it dry, cover that
with a reinforcing fabric, then do another
quirements. They recommended Hydralastic 836, and

90-mil coat. Tim Koch, our field superintendent,

Jim Weatherly, their area field representative, made

stayed on top of this job every day to assure that every-

sure that the architecture firm and general contractors

thing was done right."

signed off on the switch. He also helped design the

Other W. R. Meadows products used on the job

entire system with drain board and insulation," Falley

included Mel-Rol waterproofing membrane for be-

explained.

low-grade applications such as the elevator pits and the

Hydralastic 836 is a cold-applied, solvent-free, sin-

hydrotherapy pool area. Sealmastic solvent was used

gle-component waterproofing compound. Said to not

for reducing dampness and moisture infiltration, and

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Commercial Architecture March 2018

The Architects
Old Buildings, Creative Solutions
Maximum Space, Tight Fit
The Art of Moisture Protection
Kansas State Calls Waterproofing Audible
Art Museum Expansion Is A Wrap
Exteriors Products
Glass Railings Complement Collegiate Gothic Structure
Arches Dominate New House of Worship
Access Floors Provide Flexbility
Interiors Products
Curtainwall, Storefront Systems Protect and Enhance
Impact Windows Featured In Apartment Renovation
Windows & Doors Products
PTACs May Hold Key To Hotel Energy Efficiency And IAQ
Visibility And Security Bank On Lighting
Lighting & Electrical Products
Building Technology Products
Showcase
Index
Portfolio
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Cover1
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Cover2
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 1
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 2
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 3
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 4
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 5
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - The Architects
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 7
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Old Buildings, Creative Solutions
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Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 15
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Maximum Space, Tight Fit
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Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 21
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 22
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 23
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - The Art of Moisture Protection
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 25
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Kansas State Calls Waterproofing Audible
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 27
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Art Museum Expansion Is A Wrap
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Exteriors Products
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Glass Railings Complement Collegiate Gothic Structure
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 31
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Arches Dominate New House of Worship
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 35
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Access Floors Provide Flexbility
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 37
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 38
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Interiors Products
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 40
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Curtainwall, Storefront Systems Protect and Enhance
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 42
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 43
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Impact Windows Featured In Apartment Renovation
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 45
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Windows & Doors Products
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - PTACs May Hold Key To Hotel Energy Efficiency And IAQ
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 48
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 49
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 50
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 51
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Visibility And Security Bank On Lighting
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Lighting & Electrical Products
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - 54
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Building Technology Products
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Showcase
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Index
Commercial Architecture March 2018 - Portfolio
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