This modern school in Sydney’s North West had water enter the hall during a severe thunderstorm. The water flowed underneath the timber flooring of the hall and all the boards were damaged and cupped. Engineers were contracted to ensure any further stormwater was diverted away from the hall.
- The floorboards was cupped badly due to water damage.
- Once the floorboards were taken up and the timber underlay was lifted you could see water lying on and underneath the plastic layer
- The concrete slab was wet and held puddles of water
- The site was secured so the children were safe from any works undertaken.
- Once the floor was taken away dryers were brought in to dry out the concrete thoroughly.
- The entire Blackbutt timber floor was taken up, replaced and polished.