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High-rise projects can encompass everything from condominiums to office buildings and industrial structures. One of the biggest challenges to any high-rise repair project is securing access to work areas. Swing stages are generally the best option, as they allow you to concentrate access only on the areas that need repair. However, this type of rigging might not be feasible or efficient on some types of structures. In which case, scaffolding or mast climbing work platforms are erected over the entire structure to access work areas. The planning and sequencing of the work also is a major factor as projects often have 10 to 20 different work tasks being performed at one time requiring careful planning and execution. The scope of work varies but can include tasks such as shoring, caulking, waterproofing, grinding, chipping, blasting, forming, and pouring occurring simultaneously.


  Condominium/High-Rise Featured Work

Project: El Dorado Condominium
Budget: $5 million

This project included balcony repairs and parking structure concrete repairs.

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Project: Surfside Solara
Budget: $1.35 million

This project included window replacement, door replacement, concrete restoration, waterproofing and painting.

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Project: Hutchinson Island Club Condominium
Budget: $5 million

This project included Concrete Repairs and Post Tension Repair.

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Project: Hemispheres Condominium Association
Budget: $3.8 million

This condominium project involved Concrete Restoration (Building/Garage), Balcony Railing (Removal/Replacement) and Balcony Waterproofing (Cementitous).

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Project: 5600 Condominium Association
Budget: $4 million

This condominium proejct involved concrete restoration (building/garage), balcony railing (removal replacement), balcony waterproofing (urethane), sea wall concrete repairs, painting and waterproofing (urethane) and planter waterpoofing (hot applied).

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  Safety360 at National Concrete

We strive to actively operate in a manner that promotes the safety and well being of our employees, residents and the general public.

National Concrete educates all its employees in safety, quality workmanship and the latest techniques in the construction industry. Our in-house Safety Director is an authorized OSHA Trainer for the Construction Industry who holds the OSHA 500 Certification. All of our Foremen and Supervisors have completed a 30-hour OSHA safety certification program and all Skilled Laborers have completed a 10-hour OSHA safety certification program.

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Our Help Center

At National Concrete, we understand that there are many important and legal requirements that must be adhered to for property owners, managers and builders in Florida.

Below is our most recent Help Center posting regarding 40-year recertifications in the State of Florida.

Florida 40-Year Building Recertifications
Did you know that according to the Florida Building Code a building must undergo a "Required Building Safety Inspection" when it turns 40 years old?

Even if you did a complete interior demolition and renovation of your building, you are still not exempt from the 40 year Building Safety Program. Only if your entire building had been demolished would the inspection be waived. The city does not send out an inspector to your property.

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