Industrial Restoration Vancouver

Industrial structures such as manufacturing and warehousing facilities, shipping and storage terminals, and infrastructure components are typically constructed using reinforced concrete as a major component. Normal deterioration of the concrete, or construction deficiencies, or a requirement to upgrade a facility, can cause a need for repair and restoration of concrete, steel, expansion joints and other structural components.

Polycrete has extensive experience in the successful repair and restoration of concrete and other building components at many projects, including:

Product storage buildings and infrastructure at:

  • Neptune Terminals, North Vancouver
  • Pacific Coast Terminals, Port Moody
  • Westshore Terminals, Roberts Bank
  • Vancouver Wharves, North Vancouver
  • Centerm and Vanterm, Vancouver

Storage silos and materials handling structures at:

  • BC Sugar, Vancouver
  • JR Richardson, North Vancouver
  • Viterra Pacific, Vancouver
  • Cargill Grain, North Vancouver
  • Viterra Cascadia, Vancouver
  • Pacific Coast Terminals, Port Moody

Manufacturing and warehousing facilities at:

  • Canadian Alliance Terminals, Richmond
  • Tree Island Industries, Richmond
  • Fortress Canada, Richmond
  • Core-Mark, Burnaby
  • Overwaitea Distribution Centre, Langley
  • Skytrain maintenance facilities, Burnaby
  • Honda Canada, Richmond
  • Ball Packaging, Richmond
  • Rotzier & Flexmaster, Delta
  • Boart Longyear, Delta
  • Future Shop warehouse, Langley

Procedures used include removal and replacement of deteriorated concrete, repair of cracked concrete by epoxy pressure injection, shotcrete, waterproofing, expansion joint installation or repair, floor leveling, repair of failed construction joints in warehouse floors.