Spring at Sports Authority Field!


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Summit Sealants and Restoration is gearing up for another  very busy construction season and started it off with a bang. Summit Sealants was selected as one of Sports Authority at Mile High quality contractors to hit a tight schedule with repairs around the field. The existing cable trenches used for all the different television station where crushed by the heavy equipment that is constantly moving around the field for the many events that they host yearly. Finishing just days ahead of the tight schedule concert season has begun and the first event took place two days after completion.

Sheraton Resort in Steamboat Springs, CO

SheratonSummit Sealants is in the middle of a large scale structural overhaul of the Sheraton resort Hotel in Steamboat. The project is under tight deadlines to insure that the rooms are full for the 2013-2014 Ski season. The Repairs include structural grouting of the interior shear wall, Concrete repair to the exterior balcony decks, and the installation of scaffolding to access the exterior brick walls that have experienced cracking due to compression. All of the decks are going to have an uplift with new deck coating which will help them handle the harsh freeze thaw environment of Steamboat Colorado. Following the East tower overhaul Summit Sealants is going to Start the 48,000 SF plaza Waterproofing repair project. Follow for more pictures and updates on the Steamboat Sheraton Hotel Renovations.

1580 Logan: A DPC Development Property

This property was an interesting mix of concrete paving repairs, epoxy injections and routing /caulking cracks in the floor of the five levels of the parking garage. DCP Development was very accommodating throughout the process and patient with noise and dust.


The concrete was damaged between the columns in the parking spaces and at first it appeared to be only slightly damaged. These areas expanded three times their apparent size and we removed almost an inch of concrete from under the rebar to make sure a solid mechanical bond was created. The rebar was cleaned and treated with a new sealer and the new patch was put in place.


The various cracks were cut open and cleaned and caulked to weatherproof the concrete from future water damage. Epoxy injections in the overhead concrete deck at the lower levels will give more strength to the deck and reduce further damage in the future. The garage was power washed to remove and residual dust. It was a pleasure doing this job; we would like to thank DPC Development for their assistance in making this project run smooth.


 Written by: Chris Swenson

Lions Head Transit Center Project Begins

Lions Head Transit Center/ Parking Garage – Vail, CO

More to come soon!