2009 Overview

//2009 Overview

2009 Overview

On Miami Beach, The New World Symphony’s architect specified American Hydrotech for waterproofing the recreational roofing surface, as well as the ‘eyebrow’. The New World Symphony’s roof consists of pavers, seating areas, and planters which includes large trees that are visible from the street. A magnificent project.

Sieger Suarez Architects demands the use of American Hydrotech’s MM6125 Fabric-Reinforced hot rubber waterproofing system on all of the elevated surfaces (decks and planters) at the new St. Regis Bal Harbour located in Bal Harbour, FL. This consists of over 450,000 square feet of hot-applied waterproofing.

In Miami, the Terremark’s (The Americas’ internet transfer site) roof waterproofing is completed. American Hydrotech’s hot-applied MM6125FR waterproofing membrane, along with Lymtal’s expansion joints were applied by Florida Lemark.

Once again, Continental Glass chooses to use Bondaflex 295 silicone at the Marbella Condominiums in Boca Raton, FL for water-tightness of their window installations.

Restoration begins at Castle Beach Club Condominiums and Hotel on Miami Beach. This includes waterproofing over 30,000 square feet of decks with American Hydrotech’s MM6125-FR system. Engineer is Jim Belliveau & Associates.

2010-01-01T13:08:44+00:00January 1st, 2010|IPS News|

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