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Auckland's State Highway Upgrade

10th May 2017

Auckland's State Highway Upgrade

Auckland improves, widens and raises a 4.8km long section of motorway to provide additional capacity and to safeguard against coastal erosion and flooding....

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Independent Hybrid Corrosion Protection Appraisal by AECOM

2nd May 2017

Independent Hybrid Corrosion Protection Appraisal by AECOM

AECOM were commissioned by Concrete Preservation Technologies (CPT) Ltd to undertake an independent appraisal of the site performance of DuoGuard™ Hybrid Anode systems installed on 6 bridge structures located throughout the UK....

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Identifying And Treating Corrosion in Reinforced Concrete Structures

4th Apr 2017

Identifying And Treating Corrosion in Reinforced Concrete Structures

The surveyor's and engineer's guide to understanding the implications of failed coatings, water ingress, salt attack, carbonation, spalling and cracking concrete....

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Concrete Spalling: Causes, Effects and Repair

28th Jan 2017

Concrete Spalling: Causes, Effects and Repair

Concrete spalling effects a wide variety of structures including concrete framed buildings, multi-storey car parks, bridges, jetties, tanks and bunds. Spalling can have wide ranging consequences in terms of health and safety, structural integrity and asset value....

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CPT is featured in the Concrete Society’s Concrete Magazine

12th Oct 2016

CPT is featured in the Concrete Society’s Concrete Magazine

Dave Bewley of Concrete Preservation Technologies (CPT) explains hybrid corrosion protection, a technique combining elements of traditional impressed current cathodic protection and galvanic anode technology to provide an owner-friendly method of controlling corrosion and extending the life of reinforced concrete structures...

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CPT feature in the RICS Building Surveying Journal

5th Aug 2015

CPT feature in the RICS Building Surveying Journal

CPT feature in the RICS Building Surveying Journal with an article on testing and evaluation of steel reinforced concrete structures... Martin Davison discusses why building surveyors should identify and treat corrosion in reinforced concrete structures at the earliest opportunity....

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The importance of corrosion testing & analysis for public safety

6th Feb 2015

The importance of corrosion testing & analysis for public safety

St. Philip Neri Church in Liverpool was suffering from loose/displaced exterior masonry due to the expansive corrosion of steel reinforcement in the concrete arch beams. Displaced masonry at height presented a serious health and safety issue due to the risk of objects falling into public areas....

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