Following the wild storms that have lashed the eastern seaboard, we at Mainmark are urging councils, engineers, builders and insurers to think outside the box as remediation works begin.
Large washouts have created serious ground problems, including coastal erosion, flooding and sinkholes.
Machinery malfunction on a mining or construction site is often attributed to poor quality or shoddy equipment, when in fact the problem may be due to ground subsidence.
The minor variances in ground level as a result of subsidence can cause machinery parts to misalign, placing unnecessary stress on the equipment.
Mainmark has launched ENCAP6™, a new range of technologically advanced, spray-on corrosion protection solutions for revitalising ageing concrete and steel infrastructure.
This innovative solution provides public works and civil construction sectors Continue reading “Mainmark launches innovative new advanced spray-on corrosion protection for steel and concrete – ENCAP6™”
I’m delighted to announce that Mainmark’s Christchurch Art Gallery project has been shortlisted for the International Project of the Year Award category at the 2016 Ground Engineering Awards in the United Kingdom.
The International Project of the Year Award recognises projects that have delivered geotechnical innovation that stands out on the international stage Continue reading “Mainmark shortlisted for UK Ground Engineering Awards 2016”
Paul Hickman is Mainmark’s Chief Executive Officer. He joined the business in 2005 and has more than 30 years’ experience in the construction industry. In his spare time, he’s a car enthusiast, music lover and supporter of women’s and human rights initiatives.
He recently brought his lovingly restored Bristol 403 car Continue reading “Mainmark’s CEO races Peking to Paris for the women and children of Ulaanbaatar”
Following the 2011 Queensland floods, large visible cracks began to appear inside the heritage St John’s Anglican Church in the regional town of Dalby, despite no water having entered the building.
The cracks were symptomatic of damage to the 89-year-old Church’s foundations.