Freyssinet can provide cathodic protection, cathodic prevention, realkalisation (Regebeton™) and electrochemical remediation systems for a range of structures, including reinforced and post-tensioned concrete structures, steel structures, bridges, wharves, jetties and buried pipelines. Our service can start with a survey and inspection to determine the cause, extent and rate of deterioration, after which advice is given for options available to repair the structure by selecting the appropriate quality, resources and designs that last from 10 to 100 years.
Freyssinet has a team of ACA certified corrosion technicians and technologists to provide expert advice for your structures.
D&C of ICCP for Webb Dock East
As part of the Port of Melbourne’s ALWC (Accelerated Low Water Corrosion) protection program, Freyssinet were engaged to design, install, commission and monitor an ICCP (Impressed Current Cathodic Protection) system to protect the submerged sheet piles at Webb Dock East Berth 1.
This berth is used daily by ships transporting goods between Victoria and Tasmania and normal shipping operations were maintained throughout the works.
Afton Street Footbridge Upgrade
Appleton Dock Wharf, Pavement and Fire Rehabilitation
Wind Turbine Foundation Repair
Freyssinet were engaged to complete repair works to wind turbine foundations at a windfarm in South Australia.
Movement at the base of the wind turbines had been detected and the source of the movement was examined. Upon investigation it was determined that water ingress between the foundation and turbine interface had been exacerbating the movement and creating voids.
Freyssinet’s works involved stabilisation of the turbines through repairs to the foundations and prevention of future water ingress to the foundation-turbine interface.
Daylesford Low Level Basin Remediation
Wharf & Heritage Crane Rehabilitation at North Wharf, Melbourne
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