Freyssinet offers a full range of concrete repairs and maintenance techniques, providing clients with a “one stop” contracting service for all concrete repairs requirements. Freyssinet assures clients of impartial advice with regard to repair material selection from the widest range of sources. We have a large in-house design department, and directly employ a highly trained and well motivated, experienced, and safety conscious workforce.
Freyssinet is a member of the following associations and all work is carried out in accordance with their Codes of Practice:
- Concrete Repair Association
- Corrosion Prevention Association
- Institute of Corrosion
- Sprayed Concrete Association
Freyssinet is accredited by the British Standards Institute to ISO 9001:2008, OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2004.
Accurate identification of the type, severity and extent of problems affecting a structure are crucial in determining the underlying causes, and in developing effective and economic concrete repairs solutions. Freyssinet offers a comprehensive range of testing and reporting to allow clients to identify an appropriate repair strategy.
Where concrete is in poor condition, or strengthening is required, replacement is often the only viable option. Freyssinet offer removal both by conventional breaking and hydrodemolition, with subsequent replacement using high performance repair concretes and mortars.
A wide range of techniques are available for repairing spalled, cracked, damaged, and honeycombed concrete including: modified mortars for patch and thin bond repairs; pressure and vacuum injection using epoxy, polyester, and cementitious grouts; and sprayed concrete.
Freyssinet offer a full range of coatings.
Freyssinet have undertaken some very large brickwork repair contracts the latest being the repair of Connaught tunnel which is being repaired using various techniques including brickwork repair. These include: Grinding works, Preparation of defective brickwork, Re-casing of brick work arches, Stitching of brickwork, Strengthening of brickwork using stainless steel techniques, repointing of brickwork and water stopping associated with leaking brickwork.