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McCain Foods

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Concrete Techniques have a long relationship with McCain Foods to refurbish and improve their current flooring systems. We install anywhere from 6mm – 150mm of various food grade flooring systems and provide repairs and ongoing maintenance to their floors. It is very important to McCain Foods that they have an impervious flooring system which is non-slip, without trip hazards and can handle every day mechanical wear and tear.


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Eastern Treatment Plant

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Geotechnical Engineering employed us to supply a system suitable for the Eastern Treatment Plants new SAP building. The systems needed to adhere to several codes within the building of treatment plants, including treatment of sewage and waste, slip resistant and seamless requirements. We supplied an epoxy system that included skimming walls and floors to eliminate cavities and defects achieving the appropriate epoxy seamless flooring system to comply with their standards.

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Echuca Reclamation Project

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Concrete Techniques performed a large and very complicated project at Echuca WRP for head contractor McConnell Dowell. The project involved applying approximately 1200 sqm of concrete repair followed by a cementitious moisture barrier and the application of a chemical resistant epoxy to prevent eroding of the concrete from the Reclamation process. This work was completed using scissor lifts and booms due to the height and the nature of the project.


Boral Masonry

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Boral Masonry approached Concrete Techniques with concerns relating to the safety of employees while operating machinery and walking throughout their plant. The consensus was that a long-term safety solution would be put in place. The top of the substrate was removed by us and replaced with a long-term coating system that would eliminate other associated problems. Allocated walkways were instituted throughout the plant for the safety of people sharing the same space as forklifts while providing a non-slip system to eliminate workplace injuries.


British American Tobacco

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British American Tobacco required a system of flooring that could be easily cleaned and would handle extreme heat and mechanical wear and tear. We used a Sikafloor-21 PurCem to address all of their needs. Despite other details including sending all materials, consumables, tools and equipment and labour to Fiji, where the contract was, we returned the floor before our deadline and succeeded in providing B.A.T. with their requested system.