A large portion of the projects at National Concrete Preservation deal with the restoration of
buildings, condos and high-rises. Over time, the deterioration of the structural integrity of aging buildings
is a problem that must be addressed in order to save the structure from eventual damage.
By bringing old buildings up to code and preserving their architectural integrity, we are able
to provide a life-line to the structures in our community.
Our restoration services routinely include corrosion control, concrete restoration, railing replacement, deck repair,
expansion joints, balcony restoration, cathodic protection, post tension repair, and high-impact window replacement.
Building Restoration Featured Work
Project: The Royal Club Condominiums
Budget: $4 million
Major structural restoration of an 18 story Post-Tension Cable (PTC) Structural
Concrete building. The structure was designed and is operated as a Condominium
community with enclosed parking garage structure. Originally constructed in the
1980's, this PTC structure exhibited extensive corrosion damage requiring major
slab and cable replacement.
An award-winning project. National Concrete Preservation was presented the
International Concrete Repair Institutes "Award of Merit" for the restoration of
historic Old City Hall, Miami Beach, FL in 2007.
This work included for this County designated "Unsafe Structure" included complete building restoration including window removal and replacement, structural preservation/integrity, waterproofing, and painting.
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.