VCS - Concrete Preservation
Providing solutions for engineers, contractors and asset managers facing corrosion and concrete durability concerns.
VCS offers nondestructive testing services, corrosion engineering, corrosion monitoring, durability and service life modeling and cathodic protection design services for infrastructure and building assets. Our NACE Certified Cathodic Protection Specialists and NACE Certified Cathodic Protection Technicians are experts in sustainable solutions for durable concrete structures.
VCS Inc., is a Certified Small Business concern with the U.S. Small Business Administration and a Certified Small Business Enterprise (SBE) for Professional Engineering Consulting Services with the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD).
Port of Corpus Christi 2-Stage CP Sytem
Extending the Service life of Oil Docks at Port of Corpus Christi by Utilization of Two-Stage Concrete Cathodic Protection System
Dry Fork Coal Silo Investigation
VCS performed a condition assessment of two reinforced concrete coal silos in Gillette, WY. The objectives were to determine the root cause of distress, quantify the extent of damage, and develop a rehabilitation/maintenance strategy for the silos.
Island Way Bridge Cathodic Protection Jackets
VCS was contracted to supply shop drawings, design calculations, quality control, and quality assurance services of the galvanic cathodic protection jacket system to be installed on the piers of the Island Way Bridge in Dana Point Harbor. Embedded distributed galvanic anodes and aluminum bulk anodes were used in this cathodic protection system.
Repair and preservation of concrete structures is not only cost effective but environmentally beneficial. We provide services for Concrete Corrosion Protection including:
- CORROSION INVESTIGATION
- CONCRETE ASSESSMENT
- CATHODIC PROTECTION DESIGN
- NON-DETRUCTIVE TESTING
VCS provides engineering construction and expertise in concrete corrosion studies and mitigation. The concrete and masonry structures we handle include:
- PARKING STRUCTURES