Stadium Repair & Restoration
Stadiums are exposed to harsh conditions; the wear and tear of thousands of attendees break down ramps and stairs, while constantly changing weather conditions result in structural concerns. Stadium structures are made of include expansion and sealant joints, waterproofing systems, and exposed traffic coatings which keep the system sensitive areas of the stadium dry and waterproofed. All of these structures require regular repair to ensure everyone in these areas remain safe comfortable and dry. Neglect often leads to much larger scale restoration projects, which cost much more than regular repair services.
Since stadium repair projects typically require lengthy downtime, efficient services are a must. Regular stadium repair and maintenance improves the life of your commercial structure and reduces the amount of downtime for each project. LRT’s specialists are trained to work effectively, repairing any weaknesses in a timely manner.
Stadium Repair FAQs
What are the major steps of a stadium repair process?
Each project varies, but LRT specializes in providing the following services when working on a stadium repair project:
- Full-scale evaluation
- Waterproofing system repair
- Addition of water repellents
- Expansion joint repair
- Joint sealant replacement and repair
- Concrete restoration and repair
- Structural strengthening and repair
- Traffic coating restoration and repair
What are common stadium repair methods?
Specialty coatings allow you to add desired safety features (like making walking surfaces less slippery) and also prolong the stadium’s life.
Expansion joint repair
One of LRT’s top concerns when working on a stadium repair project is stability. We will repair expansion joints for any areas that require repairs or replacement to ensure your stadium remains well-supported.
As improper waterproofing can lead to serious damage, our specialists are careful to provide a custom solution in regard to dealing with water.
If required, LRT can also help remove areas of the work site so the project can be started from a blank slate.