The Highbrook Development project in Auckland, New Zealand encompassed 6 buildings, A – F, ranging from 1000 square meters to 4,250 square meters. Creteseal NZ applied the Ashford Formula to the floors of these buildings beginning in September 2018 and completed application in November 2018.
The buildings are slated to be warehouse distribution buildings with current tenants such as Panasonic, Courier-Post, Office Max, and Viridian Glass. The Project Developer, Goodman, is a major developer in New Zealand, as well as in 20 other countries. When Creteseal NZ received the call to apply the Ashford Formula, the concrete placer indicated they had just pulled the polythene off the floors in Building A and that the floor could begin being densified the next day. Not only was Creteseal NZ able to densify 3,000 square meters of concrete floors in Building A, but the next weekend they were able to re-scrub and densify Building B which was just over 2,000 square meters.
A few days later the polythene was removed on Building D and Creteseal NZ’s team scrubbed and densified 1,700 square meters more concrete floors, followed by the floors in Building C. The final stages of the application included 1,000 square meters in Building E and 4,000 square meters in Building F.