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SR&C chosen to repair Treasure Island Condominium parking structure

SR&C has been chosen as the contractor to repair and strengthen support beams and columns at the parking structure at Treasure Island Condominium, Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach, FL. The repairs will be epoxy injection and concrete spall replacemen...

SR&C is proud to announce completion of certification for Pecora waterproof caulking and deck system application.

Pecora water repellent sealants provide reliable protection from water and moisture for masonry surfaces, including highly alkaline mortars and cement rich materials. These high-quality water repellents create a hydrophobic barrier that prevents the...

SR&C announces expansion

SR&C is proud to announce the expansion of SR&C with the addition of Project Manager James Robinson and Director of Field Operations Corey Hughes. Bringing over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, both gentlemen have already enhanced...

Upcoming Projects

SR&C is proud to announce we have been chosen as the contractor for these upcoming projects. The scope of work entails Concrete removal and exterior reinstalling of walkways and stairways as well as weather proofing the decking @ Sunshine Shores S. ...

SR&C Now Certified in PROSOCO Application

Doug Jenkins has successfully completed the Sealant, Waterproofing and Restoration (SWR) Institute's Air and Water Barrier Training. This education will allow SR&C to make building envelopes air- and water-tight and stabilize masonry wall assemblies,...

SR&C Team will be attending ICRI continuing education course

This course focuses on proper surface preparation including establishing the appropriate level of surface profile, evaluating the substrate, and the material being installed, as well as the correct methods and tools to achieve that level. Information...

Sika Product extends working time of concrete

Sika colloidal silica agent arms contractors to control slab destiny - Concrete Products

Euclid Chemical debuts new concrete additives

Euclid Chemical launched three new admixtures at the World of Concrete, each developed to respond to engineering and construction professionals' evolving needs.

How cool pavement can offer solutions

MIT research scientist explores how cool pavements can offer climate change solutions in more than just the summer.