Dakota Evans Restoration Tackles Multi-Level Parking Structure Project


Traffic deck coating, caulking and concrete repairs were among the tasks completed by the team at Dakota Evans Restorations, Inc.

Dakota Evans Restoration recently completed a multi-level parking structure project at a large condominium complex in the northwest suburbs.

The 10-year-old, 14,000 square foot parking structure was in need of a number of improvements, including traffic deck coating, caulking, concrete repairs and new striping.

“When we encounter a project of this scale, there are many variables, and several items that need to be corrected to ensure the structure is protected long term from deterioration,” said Mike Landry, a representative of Dakota Evans Restoration, Inc.

Shot blasting, grinding, caulking and crack repair were all completed by Dakota Evans’ crews, which addressed repairs to the concrete, and to the structure itself.

MasterSeal Traffic 2500, a waterproof traffic deck coating system that provides high level protection, was also was applied to the structure for both traffic and pedestrian areas. Striping for each parking space was completed, in addition to miscellaneous concrete repairs.

An epoxy coating system was used to address areas that were severely deteriorated due to calcium chloride infiltration.

Though tenants were asked to remove their vehicles for two weeks, Dakota Evans Restoration was able to complete the project four days ahead of schedule. Landry said the goal of the company is to always to meet and exceed expectations in regards to competition time and budget.

For more information about all of the services provided by Dakota Evans Restoration, please visit the website at http://dakotaevans.com/.

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