Typical minor damage (chipping) of an edge of a CRC element. After the recent post on repairs, chance was that one of my UK clients called because of chippings of a few edges and corners on some beam elements, asking for specific directions on how to repair them. Hence, I decided to add an … More Guidelines for minor repairs of CRC i2® elements
Completely avoiding damage to UHPC elements is not possible – accidents do happen – so how to repair them? When considering using UHPC elements for a project, a recurring concern from the contractor is whether it is possible to make repairs to UHPC elements damaged or soiled during installation or the subsequent building process. This … More Repairing UHPC elements
For every purpose, there is one or more well-suited materials. UHPC is not always the right choice for the job and we are very much aware of saying so early in the process and refer to other materials and suppliers if we think that UHPC is not the right material. This depends mainly on … More Considering high performance concrete
Back in September we introduced you to the advanced casting of Experiment R – The 21 meters long, 8 meters wide, 3,5 meters high and 19 tons heavy artwork, which we have been working on together with Aarhus School of Architecture since 2012. As mentioned in the blogpost 1,5 months ago, the sculpture consists of 6 … More Do you remember Experiment R?