This case study highlights the challenges and unique methods employed in the waterproofing process, the video offers a glimpse into the specialized work done on multiple roofs, stairwells, recreation areas, and critical sections of the hospitals.
Footscray VIC 3011
Epic Hospital Project:
Multiple roof job with removal and replacement of a troublesome torchon membrane with a new system including a fiberglass interlayer.
Working Around Operational Needs:
Addressing challenges by waterproofing in stages to avoid exposure to critical areas like operating theaters and power plant rooms.
Recreation Area Renovation:
Stripped back and waterproofed a very poor condition recreation area, adding a synthetic grass system for aesthetics and function.
Sunshine Island Hospital Works:
Addressed leaks in three large stairwells, reworking the existing rubberized sheep system, and renovating the roof with an entirely watertight membrane.
Cost and Time Efficiency:
Utilized methods to save on costs and time while ensuring the final result is completely watertight and pleasing to the staff and engineering fraternity.
Specialization in Hospital Infrastructure:
Demonstrated the company's proficiency in managing the unique requirements of hospital waterproofing and complex works within the infrastructure.