The Edgecliff Garage
The prestigious private residence condominiums, The Edgecliff, has a five-story garage. SSRG developed a comprehensive repair plan for its spalling concrete and corroded rebar.
The Edgecliff Garage project required 18 phases, but maintained tenant access to the garage throughout the project. Tactics of repair included reinforcing the existing steel, applying corrosion protection to the existing steel, extensive concrete repair, and application of a waterproof traffic coating.
The Edgecliff Garage project required 18 phases, but maintained tenant access to the garage throughout the project. Floors 5, 4, and 3 needed a combined 30,604 SF of concrete repairs. The damage on floor 3 was spilling over into the ceiling of level 2. This meant that the work on level 3 required full-depth, allowing the repairs to the ceiling of floor 2 to occur simultaneously. In some places, the garage required temporary shoring up to three floors below the floor being worked on. This supported the loads and stabilized the garage.
In general, the process used involved working in “stacks.” The team would work on levels 1-5 all in one vertical space. This was just one tactic used to leave as much parking available to tenants as possible. The team communicated with tenants, offering meetings and presentations to keep them updated about the project’s progress.
By using hydro demolition, SSRG was able to keep the crew numbers smaller and more efficient, as well as perform complex demolition more quietly, more quickly, and keeping as much of the garage as possible available for tenant use.
In all, 57,320 SF of traffic coatings were installed across four garage decks.
Great guys on the job. They went above and beyond to do the work right.
I appreciated that SSRG worked diligently around less than ideal weather conditions to try to stay on schedule. Thank you for a job well done.