"Engineered Restorations did a detailed evaluation of the causes, recommended a solution and accomplished the repairs. Their personnel are well qualified, their communication with the owner has been excellent and the quality of their work is outstanding."

— James Parsons, P.E.
Director of Engineering
Cobb County - Marietta Water Authority
 
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  • ERI Completes Repairs to Lake Conestee Dam Sluice Gate

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    Engineered Restorations, Inc completed closure of the west sluice gate at Lake Conestee Dam on 08/17/2012.  Design was by Caliber Engineering (Alan Johnson) & HRI, with minor field mods to address changing conditions.

    After 12 days on the site, addressing water control, construction of back gate, bedrock drilling, construction of rebar framework, rock face cleaning, and construction of form, ERI pumped approximately 15 cu.yd. of special formulation concrete into the sluice...

  • JOIN US! - 2012 Georgia Engineers Summer Conference

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    Engineered Restorations, Inc. will be exhibiting at the upcoming 2012 Georgia Engineers Summer Conference being held at the beautiful Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, Florida June 14-17th. Please stop by our booth to receive information, talk to one of our industry professionals or even just to say hello!

  • Northcutt Stadium to get renovations

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    jgillooly@mdjonline.com April 18, 2012 12:30 AM
          MARIETTA — The Marietta school board unanimously authorized $135,000 in renovations to Northcutt Stadium on Tuesday.

    Engineered Restorations, Inc. of Atlanta will seal the joints in the stadium seating on both the home and visitors sides to keep water from damaging the rebar in the concrete, as well as repair some broken concrete on the visitor’s side. Board member Randy...

  • Parking Structure Maintenance

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    It can be easy to ignore parking facilities in favor of maintenance on other buildings. But deferring work on the garage can lead to deposits, deterioration, and unsightly stains that drive away potential parkers.

    Luckily, maintenance for most parking structures is fairly limited – concrete, by far the most popular construction material for parking garages, should be cleaned with a high-pressure water blast every one or two years. Follow these tips to protect your parking garage...

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