Parking Structures Files

Trenchless Pioneers Build on Past, Look to Future

Sharon M. Bueno Trenchless Technology August 2016

  • Avanti International Continues to Educate and Develop Chemical Grouting Industry

Avanti Product Guide

Avanti 2016

  • Avanti Product Guide - A complete list of Avanti products and their general information on descriptions, uses and packaging

Avanti Resin Injectors & Accessories

Avanti 2011

  • Avanti International maintains an extensive stock of injectors used for application of polyurethane resins and epoxies.

Stops Leaks in Concrete Structures

Avanti 2011

  • Avanti International chemical grouts can stop leaks in: cracks or joints, precast structures, dams and reservoirs, mines and tunnels, and manholes.

EGP Technique

Avanti 2011

  • Expanded Gasket Placement Technique Using Oakum and Prepolymer Urethane Resin (PUR)

Variable Pressure Application Technique (V-PAT)

Avanti 2014

  • Variable Pressure Application Technique (V-PAT) for repair of water leakage through concrete

Curtain Grouting Manholes and Underground Structures

Daniel Magill NASSCO 2010

  • Picture this: You’re standing in a brick manhole that is 50 years old and leaking extensively all around you. You’ve already been working for over an hour and for every leak you stop, several new leaks pop up. Now what?

Chemical Grout Stops Leaks in Parking Garages

Avanti 2005

  • In concrete parking garages, chemical grout forms a permanent, flexible seal that stops water movement.

Trenchless Technology: Avanti Leads in Industry Development & Education

Allen Thomas Trenchless Technology Magazine 1994

  • Trenchless Technology - June 1994 - Avanti leads in industry development and education: In 1978 when Avanti International was formed by four rehab contracting companies, David Magill was hired as its first employee and the company's first president.

We Stopped a River with Chemical Grout!

Zoud Danko, Chief Engineer, ABM Engineering Services for Voit Properties, Los Angeles, CA Avanti International 2000

  • When they designed our 300,000 square-foot office building, the engineers knew it would be built over an underground river. After all, the river has been there for at least 20,000 years, but they thought the flow would stop in the dry season.

Rembco Undertakes New Project for Hazardous Waste Containment at ORNL

Avanti News + Views 2005

  • "Locking hazardous materials in place is almost always safer and more cost effective than removing them for treatment, and there typically is no ongoing maintenance" -Clay Griffin, President of Rembco Geotechnical Contractors, Inc.