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CRACKING MATTERS SURVEY
The Concrete Repair Association is keen to gather feedback on its journal, Cracking Matters, which carries information on Association activities plus comment articles from external organisations. The journal, now in its 14th year, is published twice a year and mailed to interested companies and individuals. Alternatively it can be downloaded from the CRA website, where back issues are also available. Please let us know what you think by completing the survey below:
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Concrete Repair, Corrosion Protection, Structural Strengthening and Crack Bridging
Formed in 1989, the CRA is committed to promoting and developing the practice of concrete repair and allied disciplines, as well as advancing education, technical training and health & safety matters in this specialist construction sector.
Members companies include specialist contractors, product manufacturers and product distributors established in the field of concrete repair, as well as associated organisations, such as testing laboratories.
Each full specialist contractor and product manufacturer member must be able to demonstrate a proven track record and overall proven ability. They are also obliged to be Q.A. Accredited to ISO 9000 and BS EN 14001 (Environmental Standard) to conform to the Association's Codes of Practice and Training requirements.
By setting such self-regulating standards and procedures, engineers, authorities, clients and other specifiers are able to select from established professional organisations for concrete repair projects.
Where else will you find such assurance?
Assistance with projects involving concrete repair, structural strengthening and corrosion protection, etc, is available free-of-charge through the CRA’s Technical Helpline. The Helpline is staffed by engineers and surveyors from within CRA-member companies; people with ‘sharp end’ practical knowledge of this specialist sector. Call the CRA Helpline on: 01420 471615. Or to e-mail.
Advice is provided without obligation or liability on the part of the CRA and its members.