Posts in the ‘News’ Category

Talking culverts and void fill in Trenchless Technology Magazine

In the September issue of Trenchless Technology magazine, we discuss how our Prime Flex 985 LX20 Fast has been used to fill voids under box culverts (article begins on page 44). http://digital.trenchlesstechnology.com/i/1027736-sep-2018/43?  

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Prime Resins in the Tunneling Journal September issue

Our own Michael Vargo and USL America's John Taylor chatted with Tunnelling Journal about waterproofing for their September issue. We invite you to take a look (article begins on page 75). https://tunnellingjournal.com/archive/tunnelling-journal-september-2018/    

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Fall 2018 Chemical Grouting Institute now Sold Out

Our  Chemical Grouting Institute scheduled for October 16 and 17, 2018 is now SOLD OUT! If you would like to be added to our waiting list, please email info @ primeresins.com or call Kevin Anthony at 678-750-4904. For more information on what is covered in our classes, please click here....

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Prime Resins in I&I Magazine: A Model for Municipalities

The city of Olathe, Kansas, has an in-house grouting program for correcting inflow and infiltration issues. The utility’s I&I group has equipped a cargo trailer with all the tools, supplies and grout equipment they need to efficiently address problem manholes. In this month's issue of I&I Magazine, we discuss how in-house programs can be cost-effective options. Read the article here....

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Competition benefits taxpayers

Competitive bidding benefits taxpayers "I told you I would save you a ton of money." This was the message I left today for a client of mine...the City of Saint Charles. For over 30 years, one company has had total control over one market segment: acrylamide for the water and sewer rehabilitation market. Basically, a monopoly. Well, all that changed when Prime Resins decided ...

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Leaking fountain sealed with polyurea

The Piazza d'Italia in downtown New Orleans centers around a fountain that includes the shape of Italy. A planned renovation included sealing the fountain, which had developed leaks over the years. The concrete restoration contractor hired for the job opted to use Prime Guard 7000 polyurea. The 6000-square-feet of fountain surface includes dozens of steps, meaning endless ...

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Field Notes: Inner Mongolia

David, our intrepid global traveler, went to Inner Mongolia, China, this week for on-site client training. The client is a privately-owned contractor specializing in repairs of the high-speed railway. The company needed options for minor lifting and stabilizing of the track slabs. The Precision ...

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Fixing a leaking spillway

A dam spillway should only be wet on occasion, but that was not the case in Lake Quivira, Kansas. The spillway of the dam on the manmade lake had standing water at the bottom at all times. Water from the lake seeped through the lakeside wall and up through the spillway floor. Replacing the spillway was not the preferred solution ...

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Field Notes: Historic Florida Bridge Rehab

New life for Old Spanish Harbor Bridge Old Spanish Harbor Bridge gets new life as a pedestrian bridge Our colleague Casey Pieczonka visited a cool job site a few weeks ago. The Old Spanish Harbor Bridge ...

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Prime Resins Founder in the News

"What is one of your most memorable deals and why? Among the most memorable acquisitions was one that we just completed last year. It wasn’t so much that it was a transformative deal, or overly complex. It was more about how the transaction was initiated. About a year-and-a-half ago, I received a letter from a gentleman named David Barton, the ...

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