A 1 Concrete Leveling Facilities Management Expo 2008

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Published on January 10, 2009

Author: peter_easton

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The process of raising sunken concrete slabs through the use of hydraulic pressure injection where a grout, or other base material, creates a new sub-base by filling voids beneath concrete slabs and hydraulically raising the sunken slab back to grade

Environmentally responsible application
Reuse existing slabs
Limestone material is natural, non-toxic

Concrete Leveling: Helping Reduce Your Corporate Carbon Footprint… www.a1concreteraising.com

 The process of raising sunken concrete slabs through the use of hydraulic pressure injection where a grout, or other base material, creates a new sub-base by filling voids beneath concrete slabs and hydraulically raising the sunken slab back to grade  Environmentally responsible application  Reuse existing slabs  Limestone material is natural, non-toxic Definition

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 Climate change  Global warming, GHGs, CO2, melting icecaps  Energy  Clean vs. dirty, renewable, biofuels, petroleum & coal  Waste  Landfills, “disposable” culture, water bottles Source: www.webecoist.com

 Carbon footprint - effect you have on climate in terms of the total amount of greenhouse gases you produce throughout your life  Burning fossil fuels for electricity, heating and transportation etc.  Average American is responsible for 20 tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year  Far greater per capita number than that of any other industrialized country  US accounts for more than 20% of the world's total greenhouse gas emissions Source: www.carbonfootprint.com

 Carbon dioxide (CO2) has accumulated the most in the atmosphere and is presently having the greatest cumulative warming effect on our planet  CO2 is 85% of all worldwide emissions  Other gases include: Methane, nitrous oxide, CFCs, tropospheric ozone  CO2 in atmosphere increased 30% since pre-industrial times  Human sources of CO2 primarily includes burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas) & deforestation  Directly affecting climate change and energy Source: www.epa.gov, www.safeclimate.net

Population Energy Consumption 5% 7% 25% 88% 56% 19% United States Other G7 countries Rest of the world Source: www.cement.org

18% Commercial Bldgs 9.75% 21% Residential Bldgs 56% 25% 26% 19% Transportation Industry 35% United States Other G7 countries  10% of the world’s energy is consumed in the Rest of the world manufacture and use of US homes and buildings  U.S. buildings use three times more energy than similar buildings in similar climates in Europe Source: www.cement.org

 Cement is an ingredient of concrete  Four elements used for manufacture: calcium, silicon, aluminum, and iron  Concrete includes cement, water, sand, and gravel or crushed stone  Cement is the “glue” that holds the mix together  Cement comprises only a portion of concrete Source: www.cement.org

 United States of America  People's Republic of China (Mainland)  Russian Federation  India  Japan  Germany  Canada  United Kingdom  South Korea  Italy http://cdiac.ornl.gov/trends/emis/tre_tp20.html; New York Times

 Concrete is the most widely used building material on the planet  Second most used material in the world behind water  Easy-to-use and versatile  Abundant and readily available  Cement is a significant contributor to worldwide GHG at almost 4% of total and 5% of total CO2 emissions  Top 12 cement-producing companies = 81% of world total  China largest = 43% of world total www.wri.org

Material Manufacturing  The average life of a Construction building shell is in the range of 50 to 100 years Occupancy  Sustainability practitioners advocate Maintenance the foundation and shell of new buildings Demolition should be designed for a service life of 200 to 300 years Disposal Source: www.cement.org,www.concretethinker.com

 Use “green” building materials whenever possible  Examine your exterior drainage regularly and maintain to ensure water is directed away from foundations and concrete areas  Caulk and seal all joints where water could enter  Consider concrete leveling as a preventative option to fill voids or to raise sunken slabs  Consider re-surfacing as an option to improve concrete surfaces

 Increased technology allows for “green” building products  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED): Developing “Green Building” standard  Building design and development certification program to measure: Sustainability, Waste efficiency, Energy, Atmosphere, Materials, Resources, Innovation, Design Demonstrate the efficient use of energy, water and materials  Limit impact on outdoor environment  Provide a healthier indoor environment  Government, business quickly adapting 

 Greenhouse Gas Protocol  An accounting tool for quantifying emissions for businesses  The 2030 Blueprint  Green building rating systems, models such as Building for Environmental and Economic Sustainability (BEES)  EPA Energy Star  Programs that focus only on recycled content or renewable resources  Cementitious materials

 Reduce downtime ~ same day use of slabs  Extend life of existing slabs  Save 50% to 70% versus the cost of replacement  Environmentally responsible  America’s largest concrete leveling company  Locally-owned franchise invested in community  Expertise & consistency in raising and stabilizing  Patented specialty hydraulic pumping system

A-1’s self-contained patented pumping system 1 A-1 pumping compound 2 is pumped below concrete to fill voids and raise the slabs 28 Years & Still Pumping Strong! After concrete has been leveled, holes 3 are sealed off with a non-shrinking grout Application

Anatomy of a Lift: Cheektowaga, NY – 07/01/07 Before: Anatomy of a Lift What does A-1’s beneath your concrete slab? material look like hat’s happening to slab? like under the a void this in the winter… ncrete Leveling can fill the id and raise the slab!!! Interior cross- section post-raise demonstrating how A-1’s limestone mix filled the void beneath this patio Photo taken one tures show an interior cross-section post-raise and demonstrate how A-1’s limestone filled the voidafter pumpingand reduced a significant water drainage issue week beneath this patio Principle

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Raised Interior Conference Room Saved Down-Time & Tax-Payer $$$ Wheatfield, NY – 10/08/08 Municipal

Raised Interior Garage Saved Down-Time & Tax-Payer $$$ Wales, NY – 7/29/08 Municipal

Raised Interior Warehouse Slab Saved Down-time and a Forklift BEFORE AFTER West Seneca, NY – 09/30/08 Industrial

Kept Patio From Falling Away… Property Management Company Keeps Customers Happy BEFORE AFTER Amherst, NY – 09/30/08 Commercial – Prop. Mgmt

Saved a Patio for the Customer Helping Keep Medical Bills to a Minimum! BEFORE AFTER Amherst, NY – 10/25/08 Residential – Rear Patio

No More Water Rollin’ In… Redirected Surface Water Drainage BEFORE AFTER Lockport, NY – 10/09/08 Residential – Front Porch

Patio Raised & Resurfaced!!! This customer re-established their existing concrete patio with A-1’s pressure injection application, then had The MJA Company treat the cracks and resurface, resulting in a beautiful “”new” patio less than ½ the cost of replacement!!! Before After After Raising & Resurfacing Patching Williamsville, NY – 06/19/08 Residential – Front Porch

Re-Directed Drainage Away from the House! Made the Drive in a Little Easier… BEFORE AFTER Williamsville, NY – 10/31/08 Residential – Driveway

Raised Driveway Upper Apron Eliminated 4” Drop and Severe Drainage Issue BEFORE AFTER East Amherst, NY – 08/06/07 Residential – Driveway Upper Apron

Eliminated Severe Trip Hazards Transitioned Slabs to Accommodate Walking! BEFORE AFTER Cheektowaga, NY – 07/15/08 Residential – Sidewalks

Rescued Pool Deck from Bulldozer! BEFORE AFTER Amherst, NY – 08/21/08 Residential – Pool Deck

Open Discussion… Questions? Thank You!

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