Corrosion Management

Prevent corrosion and ask about our remediation strategies for cathodic protection of steel in concrete and masonry.

We’ve seen a steady increase in the use of cathodic protection to remediate distressed reinforced concrete structures as well as in the protection of iron and steel in masonry structures. In the case of concrete structures, chloride-induced corrosion of steel reinforcement is most common. On masonry buildings, corrosion is generally caused by the collapse of the surrounding mortar. Such corrosion is what cathodic protection systems are designed to stop.

For over 50 years, Remedial has delivered the highest standard of quality and workmanship. We have successfully applied structural solutions to several high-profile buildings.

Contact us about the implementation of the latest remediation strategies in corrosion management including cathodic protection.


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