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Mexican paver restoration

STENcil MOLD FOR PAVERS

JOINT REPAIRER OR GROUT + ADHESIVE FOR LOOSE OR UNSTUCK FLOORS, IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO LIFT THEM, IDEAL FOR JOINING AND ADHERING CERAMIC TILE FLOORS, PORCELAIN TILE, TILES, MARBLE AND GRANITE SLABS.

Supply of coatings and trimmings for the construction of sidewalks with trimmings in downtown streets of the Magic Town of Malinalco. Using porphyry stone tiles in measures of 10, 15, 20 x free lengths, cubes. And prefabricated concrete trimmings.

In this restoration work of an 18th century agricultural hacienda, porphyry stone pavements were supplied in guillotine cut, tiles and pavers; steps and cantrails. Concrete pavers for vehicular parking lots. Desiccant cleaner and impregnating sealer.

Residential work in the residential area of Calimaya, State of Mexico. Porphyry stone was supplied for pedestrian and vehicular use in the garage as well as porphyry stone steps and white rock for facades.

In textured black marble floors located in exteriors, terraces, exterior stairs, joints or grout were repaired, joints between walls were opened and repaired to avoid humidity, super-adhesive mortar was injected to glue loose pieces, it was washed with descaler and degreaser to remove oil that had been applied to “intensify” the color, we applied marble impregnating agent. Once the cleaning was finished and to give a dust free finish, the PBP PINK WAX was applied to give it a touch of perfection.

Cement fountains

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Residents ask for cobblestone repairs in La Solanda

Asuncion, Feb 27 (EFE) – The Lopez Palace, headquarters of the Paraguayan government, and its surroundings will undergo in the coming months a process of recovery and restoration with which the Executive of the country hopes to revalue this nineteenth-century heritage, in the historic center of Asuncion.

The restoration coincides with the recent discovery of a granite cobblestone from the early 20th century that was hidden under the asphalt and that will again be part of the cobblestone in front of the Palace.This building, whose construction began in the second half of the 19th century, was designed as the home of Marshal Francisco Solano López, the Paraguayan hero who died during the War of the Triple Alliance (1864-1870), in which Paraguay fought against Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.

Built on a two-hectare site facing the bay of Asunción, its functions are governmental headquarters, with many of its rooms converted into offices; other rooms, those located in the east wing, are kept for the reception of visitors and for the work of the president of the country, and have already been restored by previous governments.

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Plasticizing of bricks

By Emilio Grande (Jr.) – During the first mayoralty of Octavio J. Zóbboli (1926-1928, later he returned in 1938-1943) the works of the paving of Rafaela began. The Honorable Concejo Deliberante (today’s City Council) was presided by Juan F. Martegani. At that time, Rafaela had about 16,000 inhabitants.

On January 5, 1927 the Council approved Ordinance No. 313, accepting the proposal of Banco El Hogar Argentino to award the work: “Accept in full the proposal submitted by Banco El Hogar Argentino for the paving of one hundred and thirty-six blocks of granitullo (…)” (1°).

Later, on April 2, 1927, the Council approved Ordinance No. 323, which included the contract signed between Mayor Zóbboli and Félix Crespo, representing Banco El Hogar Argentino. For the preparation of the same, the basis of Ordinances No. 305 and 313 was taken into account, plus the obligations of the contracting parties. After the 4 months foreseen had elapsed, the term was extended for a further 60 days, to the detriment of Banco Hogar Argentino.

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