Richmond Square was experiencing failures in the joint sealants on the exterior façade. Joint sealants are an integral component in keeping the building watertight. The joint sealants on the façade were installed during the original construction of the buildings and were near the end of their service life. The work required careful coordination with the owner and tenants to allow them to remain open during the duration of the work.
The scope of work included the cut out and recaulk of over 17,400 LF or nearly 3.5 miles of joint sealants on two large buildings and a bank.
The areas that were addressed were:
The waterproofing team was able to complete the project with little to no interruption of the tenants. The newly installed sealants will give the owner and tenants a dry facility for years to come.