City Skyline Roof

Refurbishment with a new 2 layer Soprasun 3-4 AR Torch on Membrane completed by SRG Global. This system was installed after existing ballast had been moved exposing an old black butyl rubber membrane.

City Skyline Roof

Builder: TBC

Architects: TBC

Project Developer: TBC

Goal: TBC

Solution: The advantage of this the butyl rubber membrane meant that it was conductive of electricity and therefore could remain in place for testing purposes, with only the loose and damaged sections needing removal.

SGR cleaned and prepared each section to the manufacturers specification, cleaning and grinding all perimeter gutter, which would be recoated in Alsan Flashing with mesh reinforcement. Once the membrane was installed and cured, Detec Australia carried out its leak detection service, noting and photographing any breaches for the client's report. All repairs were carried out prior to replacement of drainage cell, insulation board and rock ballast.

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Our Recent Projects

Detec Australia is reliably monitoring and testing all types of roofing and waterproofing assemblies

Faulkner Road Community Centre currently being built by PACT Construction required as per Architects specification provided by Bollig Architects to have the Soprema waterproof membranes fully tested by Detec Australia

Freyssinet were contracted to remove tiling, repair existing waterproof membrane on one half of the building which had been replaced 2 years earlier and install a new membrane system on the remaining half. Detec Australia was contracted to find the leaks in the first half and test the new membrane to ensure no leakage will occur.

Cooper and Oxley engaged Detec Australia to test the liquid membrane being installed on the carpark deck and terrace walkway and gardens with retail areas, changerooms etc directly below to ensure no leaks were found in the waterproof membrane.

Engaged by Snaddon Projects to complete Electronic leak detection scanning, the system was found to be watertight and tiling was able to proceed within 2 hours.

The 16000m2 carpark being relatively had issues, so the owners decided to remove the topping slab and membrane, grind and prepare the area. Detec tested at every stage ensuring any breaches were repaired.

Refurbishment with a new 2 layer Soprason 3-4 AR Torch on Membrane completed by SRG Global

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