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Investigation of basement waterproofing A basement of a single-family house could no longer be used due to massive moisture damage. Technicians from TEXPLOR investigated the permeability of the basement sealing. Investigation
Visible water damage on the underside of a balcony after completion of the building.
A new hotel complex was built directly on the dike of a lake. Shortly after completion, massive water damage was visible in the basement.
Moisture in the basement and underground car park of a newly finished apartment complex. The complete baseplate was checked for tightness by TEXPLOR
A geomembrane sealing was installed on a wraparound terrace in the 58th floor of the highest building in Austria. TEXPLOR performed the quality control of the sealing.
Leaking flat roof with intensive and extensive greening Leakages below an intensive and extensive green roof after rainfalls.
Examination of expansion joints on the ceiling of an underground car park Water could penetrate through an expansion joint from the upper park deck into the underground car park of a shopping center.
The causes of water losses in a new swimming pond could be solved only after the conduction of measurements by TEXPLOR.
The tightness of a building pit enclosure with HZM sheet pile walls, embedded into a tuff horizon, was inspected.
Water flooded unexpectedly into a metro station under construction.
A liner basin for storing wastewater of a phosphate/gypsum landfill in China was inspected for leaks.
Quality control to identify hydrological risks and minimize hazards during the construction of metro stations before excavation.
Tight/untight measurements on a liner for a hot water basin A high-temperature HDPE liner was installed in a basin for hot water used for energy storage at a solar collector plant. TEXPLOR certified the water-tightness of the
A road tunnel was built with four lanes below the river Shannon as a by-pass around Limerick, Ireland. Water flooded the building site unexpectedly.
Storage basins for contaminated sludge are continuously monitored.
A leaching pond for a uranium mining company is continuously monitored.
The flat roof of a depot at a pharmaceutical manufacturer’s deepfreeze storage is monitored for water-tightness.
Storage basins for coal were installed at a new coal power plant.
After a water main break, cavities below buildings were suspected. TEXPLOR detected their depth and extension.
The technical state of a railway embankment was investigated with ground penetration radar.
Hydrocarbon pollution in the subsoils of an inner-city area was detected and outlined using geophysical surveys.
Cavities were discovered behind the brickwork in a medieval vault. Their extension and location had been unknown.
After flooding, the condition of a flood dike was investigated.