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Specialist Contractors to the Above Industries.
Having worked on some of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects Raw Worx has earned a reputation for providing professional repair solutions, whilst remaining cost-effective, trustworthy and exceeding the client’s expectations.
Bridges are essential assets to society and the functioning of people’s lives; they are built to last and heavily relied upon. When it comes to bridges, durability, strength, and safety are of the utmost importance. Bridge Waterproofing is, therefore, a vital solution to the maintenance of both new and old bridges. And the Raw Worx team are the contractors to deliver the best Bridge Waterproofing services across Australia.
High-quality concrete and steel Bridge Waterproofing is beneficial in many ways, leading to:
The process of Bridge Waterproofing Brisbane involves the use of multi-layer, fast-setting systems, which are applied to properly prepared concrete.
Raw Worx is Australia’s leading installer of Bridge Deck Waterproofing. We are the experts in protecting and waterproofing bridge structures, with all of our waterproofing work done with a focus on ensuring the durability and design life is met or exceeded.
Raw Worx can install PU, MMA & PUMA systems. Installing beneath thin section asphalt as well as wearing course exposed systems is our forte. We are also renowned as the most experienced and professional Bridge Waterproofing contractors in Australia, having completed over 18,500 m2 on over 30 RMS and TMR assets. Therefore, you can be assured that we are the best steel and concrete Bridge Waterproofing contractors for your project.
If you are searching for a Bridge Waterproofing Sydney Contractor, the Raw Worx team are the team for your project. We are committed to providing exceptional work at affordable prices, and place the highest importance on safety, durability and quality in all of the work we do.
Contact us for more information on our Bridge Waterproofing Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane services today.