CSC Services are delighted to have a case study about recent refurbishment work completed at Hinkley Point B Power Station published in the latest Structural Concrete Alliance E-Bulletin for Concrete Repair Association members.
Over 300 significant concrete repairs were completed at Hinkley Point B Power Station over a 6- month period for client EDF Energy. The work to mitigate potential health and ensure plant reliability included the repair of a fifteen-metre area of hollow concrete using Sika spray applied concrete.
The Structural Concrete Alliance brings together the Concrete Repair Association (CRA), Corrosion Prevention Association (CPA) and Sprayed Concrete Association (SCA) to provide a single coordinated voice, and source of reference for the structural concrete refurbishment and repair industry.
CSC Services became Concrete Repair Association members last year. Membership compliments a range of other business certifications and affiliations and is another way for CSC Services to demonstrate competency to clients.
The Alliance represents over 100 companies drawn nationally from contractors, manufacturers, distributors, consultants, test houses and equipment suppliers. It offers a definitive source of information and advice for all involved in the repair, refurbishment and management of concrete infrastructure and the protection from corrosion of a wide range of structures.
You can view the case study here: http://www.structuralconcretealliance.com/2019/03/06/csc-services-repairs-hinkley-point-b/