Frequently Asked Questions
What is post tension repair and modification?
Post-tension repair and modification refers to the process of repairing and modifying existing post-tensioned concrete structures. This may be necessary due to a variety of reasons, such as damage to the concrete or steel tendons, changes in the load requirements of the structure, or design modifications.
The repair and modification process typically involves cutting the concrete to access the tendons, assessing the condition of the tendons, and then repairing or replacing any damaged components. In some cases, the post-tensioning system may also need to be adjusted or strengthened to meet new load requirements. The concrete is then repaired and the structure is restored to its original strength and stability.
Post-tension repair and modification requires specialized knowledge and equipment, as well as a thorough understanding of the existing post-tensioning system and the structure's load requirements. It is important to ensure that the repair and modification work is carried out by qualified professionals to ensure the safety and reliability of the structure.
Post-tension repair and modification are a specialty at our company. Our highly skilled crews are trained and equipped to repair and replace post tension tendons in existing buildings. Our crews can also do modifications on existing structures to inspect and re-purpose post-tensioned beams, slabs, and other concrete structures for building enlargements or repair.