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Doug Adam is a technical services technician at ∂∂“ű∂Ő ”∆ĶInternational Inc. Over the last six years, within the research and development department at Kryton, Doug has been focusing on waterproofing and direct site support. He has a background in mechanical engineering with 12 years of experience in civil construction, including six years in the infrastructure sector and two years in the oil and gas industry.

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  • Concrete Best Practices General Concrete Practices
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    Field Notes: Why Climate Factors Are Key to the Success of Concrete Construction

    Written by: Doug Adam

    Last time on ‚ÄúField Notes,‚ÄĚ we took a look at the top three factors that affect the selection of concrete...

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  • Concrete Best Practices Concrete Waterproofing
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    Field Notes: The Top 3 Factors That Affect the Selection of Concrete Waterproofing

    Written by: Doug Adam

    No matter what on-site obstacles you might face with concrete construction, there’s no better way to overcome them than through...

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    Due to the leaky condo crisis, a crack has formed in one of the buildings in BC.

    Repairing the Aftermath of British Columbia’s Leaky Condo Crisis

    Written by: Doug Adam

    The late 1980s in British Columbia (BC) saw a building boom that continued until the early 2000s. It was a...

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