Warehouse floors are often built on top of a series of concrete slabs. One of the most common causes of sinking, settling and cracking concrete slabs in industrial settings is the traffic flow of heavy machinery coupled with poor compaction of the soils beneath the slab. In many industrial environments, minor voids under the slab or under control joints cause concrete flexing or displacement, creating unsafe working conditions and maintenance issues with equipment. As the concrete slabs begin to flex or settle, sags within the concrete and displacement at the joints often disrupt efficiencies and productivity within the warehouse. LvL Concrete Lifting can level sunken concrete slabs efficiently, creating a safer and more productive working environment.
Concrete Loading Areas