Contractor sub PerformCrete used pneumatic 3 headed scarifying/roughening tool in order to roughen the existing concrete saw cut faces at the Steels Ave - stage 2B for the overhang and ballast wall surfaces. This tool provided better results and lesser time consuming compared to push hammers.
Contractor crew used double containment trays with geo-membrane/ filter cloth at Steeles Ave Stage 2B to control coring milky water at the overhang of the bridge. No direction required at this time. Inspection at normal levels.
Bot was the General Contractor on the Ministry of Transportation 3-year project for the Hwy 410/Courtney Park Drive project in Brampton, a unique and multi-faceted project that includes the rehabilitation of the Steeles Avenue/Hwy 410 Underpass. Performcrete was engaged by Bot to complete the rehabilitation scope, including various concrete and steel repairs, and they delivered the work on time and according to the schedule. Performcrete is a proven, knowledgeable, and trustworthy contractor backed by many years of experience to round out its expertise. Their management team and skilled workforce make for a reliable partner. We enjoyed having them as our subcontractor and we look forward to engaging with them on future opportunities.
The Bot Construction Team
PERFORMCrete was a sub-contractor on Phase 1 of the 407 East Extension. They were responsible for the construction of the following three bridge structures, Simcoe Rd. Northbound, Harmony Rd. Eastbound and Harmony Rd. Westbound. The scope of the work entailed the construction of the following, footings, abutments, wing-walls, bridge deck, approach slabs, barrier walls, parapet walls and sidewalks. All phases of the project were completed within the scheduled timelines. The on-site personnel were very knowledgeable and easy to deal with. The project workmanship was excellent while maintaining the highest standard of Safety. In summary, I would recommend the services of PERFORMCrete to others and would not hesitate to use PERFORMCrete in the future