"The ERI personnel, under guidance of field Supervisor Mr. Austin McQueen, exhibited extraordinary teamwork as they remained focused on the client's needs and time constraints. The work at times proved challenging and was often performed under adverse weather conditions. ERI accomplished the work while maintaining a professional attitude throughout the project. They were especially innovative in identifying potential cost savings on the projects."

— Gary A. Clark, P.E.
Senior Engineer
Southern Company Generation - Hydro Services
 
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Atlanta Motor Speedway

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Epoxy Pressure Injection, Cementitious Grouting, Specialized Concrete Placement

Numerous wrecks into the concrete crash wall of turn number 3 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway had caused cracks and spalling. Rainwater was entering the cracks, compounding damage by freeze/thaw cycles. AMS personnel deemed the wall section too dangerous in its current state for an upcoming NASCAR race. Another concern was that a new “Safewall” system was due to be installed after the race. In its deteriorated condition, the wall section could not accommodate the Safewall anchorages and attachments. ERI devised a repair method consisting of low viscosity epoxy injection and high strength polymer modified mortar. Engineered Restorations, Inc. completed the repair in only three days, which provided a two day window prior to race-day, much to the relief of AMS personnel.

Fernbank Science Museum

Fernbank Science Museum

Vehicular & Pedestrian Traffic Coatings

The Fernbank Observatory houses a 0.9 meter (36-inch) Cassegrain reflector beneath a 10 meter (30 ft.) dome. This is the largest telescope in the southeastern United States and one of the largest instruments ever dedicated to education and public viewing. To help reduce maintenance cost, protect the concrete deck and add slip resistance to provide added safety to the public, ERI installed a pedestrian deck coating to the deck of  the the observatory.

Lifetime Fitness

Lifetime Fitness

Masonry, Stone Veneer, Exterior Facade Washing / Cleaning

Engineered Restorations, Inc. performed masonry repair services at four Lifetime Fitness locations located in Metro Atlanta that were needed to allow for waterproofing and re-roofing activities performed by others.  The scope included removal and replacement of cast stone sills, stone caps and brick at specified locations, new flashing, termination bars and end dams as required, and repairs to brick control and mortar joints. Once complete, ERI cleaned affected masonry with a general purpose acidic masonry cleaner.

Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia

Epoxy Pressure Injection, Carbon Fiber Strengthening, Spall Repair and Patching, Elastomeric Coatings

Six Flags over Georgia located just outside of Atlanta opened in 1967 and is the second oldest Six Flags amusement park in the United States. As part of routine maintenance , ERI was hired to perform various concrete repairs to several of the park's rides including Splash Water Falls, Mine Train, and Ninja. The repair methods utilized include: spall repair of columns, epoxy injection repair of cracks, CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced polymer) installation at columns requiring strengthening, and installation of a waterproofing membrane for protection. 

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