ROOT WITH MULTIPLE AHU AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
The challenge in this situation was the need to waterproof a roof that featured multiple Air Handling Units (AHU) after the original warranty had expired. The existing treatment needed to be audited to determine its condition and the most suitable approach for waterproofing.
To address this challenge, an audit of the current treatment was conducted. Subsequently, a recommended solution was developed. This solution involved the use of a waterproofing method that allowed for fast curing. It incorporated various application techniques, such as brushing, rolling, and spraying, to ensure effective waterproofing.
The benefit of this recommended solution was twofold. Firstly, it provided a reliable and efficient way to waterproof the roof, which would help extend the life of the structure and protect it from water damage. Secondly, the use of a fast-curing method minimized disruption and downtime during the waterproofing process, ensuring that the AHU units and the facility as a whole remained operational with minimal interruption.