What is grey, hard, is structural and shouldn’t have extensive cracking? If you guessed a building foundation, you are absolutely right. The foundation of a building is one of the key components of its structure but is often overlooked by the unprofessional eye. Cracks in your foundation are not an indication of major failure as settling and shifting will occur in the early life of a new build. However, there is a point where more focused attention may be required.
The $275K project completed by Asset Construction for the Brenda Stafford Foundation at Bow Valley Manor had just that. The foundation was beginning to fail and throughout the years, the scope of required work lengthened. Asset recognized the structural issues and began to prepare a team to address the failures occurring in the parkade, leaking walls and stairwells, slab leaks and traffic coatings.
Viewing the graphic below, one can see that Asset did not just address the structural issues, but applied technologies that help with preventative maintenance in the future.
To learn more about how Asset Construction can help you with all your foundation questions and concern, check out the services on the website and contact Asset today.