Our renovation project at Lyndhurst is another good example of commercial work that restores a building’s look and function. We provided the materials, labor, and equipment for the job in the estimate — and even included an addendum to cover window frames and caulking.

Overview of this Winston Salem renovation project:

  • Pressure wash exterior concrete walls to remove residue and contaminants
  • Remove the cracked coating on the concrete and prime those areas for new texture coating to blend into existing surfaces
  • Pull back the ground around the building to ensure the concrete is sealed to the foundation. Refill the ground areas afterward.
  • Remove approximately 1” to 1”1/2 of concrete around the vertical corrugated walls exposed rebar and cracking concrete areas; follow by application coat of “Sika Armatec 110 EpoCem” bonding agent and reinforcement protection.
  • Remove approximately 1” to 2” inches of concrete around the top areas of the corrugated walls exposed rebar and cracking concrete; follow by application coat of “Sika Armatec 110 EpoCem” bonding agent and reinforcement protection.
  • After bonding agent has been applied to all concrete repaired areas mention above; patch concrete areas with “SikaTop 123 Plus” Two – component, polymer-modified, cementitious, non-sag mortar plus Sika Ferrogard 901 penetrating corrosion inhibitor.

As a merger and acquisition advisory firm, Lyndhurst Partners are keen to the importance of structural integrity and the impression a building leaves on others. Outside of the logistical considerations involved in that line of work, upfitting the physical ends of the operation are also an area for quick improvement.

We’ll update further once we have completed project shots.