Hawaii Project

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Hawaiian Dredging was hired to install additional lanes along the heavily traveled Pearl City and Waimalu Viaduct in Honolulu, Hawaii. The project was designed to increase the capacity of the H1 freeway for Westbound commuters during the afternoon rush hour. FasTrac 303 Cement and FasTrac Polymer were instrumental in the repair, allowing the construction crews to minimize downtime on the busy highway. Sections of the bridge deck were removed and replaced each night to avoid any impacts to the afternoon and morning rush hour traffic. High pressure water blasting equipment was used to demolish old concrete, leaving a hole and exposed rebar. Then the hole was filled with high performance rapid setting concrete made with FasTrac 303 Cement and FasTrac Polymer.