Brandeis Parking Garage

Overview

Brandeis Parking Garage was built in the 1960s alongside the historic J.L. Brandeis & Sons building. The restoration project entailed all eight levels of the parking garage.

Challenges

Our team had 12 months to complete repairs on the eight-level, 700+ stall parking garage. Not only did we need to ensure work could continue through the winter months, but also that the garage would remain open during the project.

Solution

This massive project required the McGill crews to effectively communicate plans with all internal and external parties to keep the project on time and on budget. After using creative methods for demolition and surface preparation, our team completed 3,000 sq/ft of vertical and overhead repairs, applied over 400,000 sq/ft of acrylic coatings, and performed more than 12,000 sq/ft of horizontal repairs.

Location

Omaha, NE

Category

Non-Profit

Project Range

$1-5M

Services Delivered

  • Conventional concrete
  • Dry-process shotcrete
  • Epoxy coating system (60 DFM)
  • High-reflective acrylic coating
  • Joint replacement

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