https://nitrocrete.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/profile-cibc-e1674535924519.jpg 755 1183 NITROcrete /wp-content/uploads/2022/12/logo-padding-300x117.png NITROcrete2023-01-06 08:13:382023-01-23 22:12:15Toronto: mass concrete and high performance mix design on CIBC Towers
Long, unpredictable transit times and locally produced high-temperature cement presented challenges for constructing two center core structure towers in Toronto.
https://nitrocrete.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/profile-atl-e1674193087684.jpg 533 800 Tim Ernst /wp-content/uploads/2022/12/logo-padding-300x117.png Tim Ernst2023-01-05 23:54:452023-01-24 22:37:57Atlanta Mass Concrete: Speeding Up Production Rates
In 2020 in Atlanta, faster pour times and the more consistent mix led to significant cost-savings for both the Ready Mix Producer and the Contractor.
https://nitrocrete.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/bg-harbor-1.jpg 912 1368 Tim Ernst /wp-content/uploads/2022/12/logo-padding-300x117.png Tim Ernst2023-01-04 23:59:052023-01-20 00:59:55Six-Figure Savings by Eliminating Concrete Cooling Tubes on Harbor Bridge
Corpus Christi's iconic Harbor Bridge required mass concrete for 500-foot tall towers. High humidity and ambient temperature required extreme temperature control to avoid complications with the concrete in the forms. NITROcrete™ enabled the project to meet temperature specifications without concrete cooling tubes, saving time and expense.
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When a previous liquid nitrogen application over-promised & under-delivered, NITROcrete™ temperature control experts met rigorous temperature specifications, on schedule.