For nearly 25 years we have developed waterproofing systems to keep structures dry and occupants safe. We believe that fabricating systems in the field and seeking to maximize redundancy provides the best building envelope protection. This is a concept we call redundant field-installed composite design. The principles that guide this design philosophy are: minimize the number of seams, fully adhere the system to the substrate, utilize multiple waterproofing materials to create redundancy, and create value through efficient installation methods.
The redundant field-installed composite design concept enables design professionals to address a wide variety of project conditions ranging from simple low-risk foundations with nuisance water, to complex foundations with hydrostatic conditions and contaminated soil or groundwater. These membrane systems may be applied in pre-applied conditions to seal foundation slabs or shoring walls, and in post-applied applications to freestanding concrete walls or podium decks.