Resinous FlooringResinous Flooring is utilized in a variety of commercial and industrial facilities to enhance the performance and durability of concrete floors and increase the overall lifecycle value of a plant.
Expansion JointsExpansion joints are assemblies designed to hold parts together while safely absorbing temperature-induced expansion and contraction of building materials, and vibration or to allow movement due to ground settlement or seismic activity.
Parking StructureParking structures in Utah and surrounding western states are subjected to extremely harsh environmental conditions.
Concrete RepairConcrete Repair and Restoration is the backbone of CDC LC. With over 34 Years experience in restoring and repairing concrete buildings plus more
Post TensionPost Tensioned Concrete is a method of concrete construction utilizing multiple strands of stressed steel tendons (or cables) placed throughout a concrete slab for reinforcement.
Carbon FiberComposite Strengthening systems utilizing carbon fiber or structural E-glass offer superior advantages over traditional methods
Secondary ContainmentWe install various types of chemical and temperature resistant coatings, specialty concretes and mortars for complete secondary containment protection during the event of a primary containment system failure.
Heavy Duty Industrial Floor SystemsCDC LC provides custom solutions for industrial and heavy commercial client facilities in their most aggressive environments exposed to heavy abrasion and impact from large equipment and daily operations.
Concrete PolishingCDC LC provides high quality concrete solutions for your industry needs. Our team is filled with professionals who uphold the highest standard of safety and quality.
Below Grade Water ProofingCDC Restoration & Construction LC specializes in all aspects of waterproofing above and below grades such as foundation walls, blind side waterproofing, tunnels, fountains, roofing, and much more.
Urethane and Epoxy InjectionsPolyurethane Injection grouting is a waterproofing technique that involves creating a polyurethane mixture whereby when this mixture is inserted with pressure into the cracks of a structure, the mixture will react and in turn, expand and toughen. It is used to stop water from flowing through structural joints and cracks.